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CURL-CRESTED ARACARI (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii) - inhabits tropical moist lowland forests of western Amazonia in southern Peru, western Brazil and northern Bolivia. It has shiny, black curled feathers on its head that look like pieces of plastic or curled ribbon. It is a social bird. It will sleep with up to five adults and their fledged offspring in the same nesting hole. Eats fruit, however, it will also consume eggs and nestlings. They forage in groups.

CURL-CRESTED ARACARI (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii) - inhabits tropical moist lowland forests of western Amazonia in southern Peru, western Brazil and northern Bolivia. It has shiny, black curled feathers on its head that look like pieces of plastic or curled ribbon. It is a social bird. It will sleep with up to five adults and their fledged offspring in the same nesting hole. Eats fruit, however, it will also consume eggs and nestlings. They forage in groups.

Lunchtime! (Blue-throated Barbet) by tectonixr The Blue-throated Barbet (Megalaima asiatica) is an Asian barbet, seen across the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Barbets and toucans are a group of near passerine birds with a world-wide tropical distribution. The barbets get their name from the bristles which fringe their heavy bills; this species eats fruits and insects.

Lunchtime! (Blue-throated Barbet) by tectonixr The Blue-throated Barbet (Megalaima asiatica) is an Asian barbet, seen across the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. Barbets and toucans are a group of near passerine birds with a world-wide tropical distribution. The barbets get their name from the bristles which fringe their heavy bills; this species eats fruits and insects.

BRONZE-WINGED PARROT Pionus chalcopterus Eating Fruit in a Tree in Mindo in Northwestern ECUADOR. Photo by Peter Wendelken.

BRONZE-WINGED PARROT Pionus chalcopterus Eating Fruit in a Tree in Mindo in Northwestern ECUADOR. Photo by Peter Wendelken.

AZUL dacnis (Dacnis cayana) o turquesa Honeycreepers son pequeñas tangaras. Se producen de forma natural en América Central - Nicaragua a Panamá, en Trinidad -, así como en América del Sur al sur de Bolivia y norte de Argentina. Ellos habitan en los bosques y otras tierras arboladas. en su mayoría se alimentan de insectos recogidos de follaje, flores o bromelias. También se alimentan de frutas, que por lo general se tragan todo. Rara vez se consumen néctar.

AZUL dacnis (Dacnis cayana) o turquesa Honeycreepers son pequeñas tangaras. Se producen de forma natural en América Central - Nicaragua a Panamá, en Trinidad -, así como en América del Sur al sur de Bolivia y norte de Argentina. Ellos habitan en los bosques y otras tierras arboladas. en su mayoría se alimentan de insectos recogidos de follaje, flores o bromelias. También se alimentan de frutas, que por lo general se tragan todo. Rara vez se consumen néctar.

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