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Tropical Kingbird

Other Names: none

Distribution: lowlands of Central and South America.

Description:

Size: 18-24 cm in length.

Plumage: Both sexes have a gray head, olive back, and brown notched tail. They have a white throat and bright yellow upper breast, belly, and undertail coverts. The legs are gray, the beak is black, and the eyes are black with a black eyestripe.

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Tropical Kingbird

Toco toucan bird looking for a forever home

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Submitted by charliexotics on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 04:55
We captive rear and breed Red-billed toucan is brightly marked and has a huge bill. The bill is typically 14-18 cm (51/2-7 in) long. The toucan lays two to four white eggs in an unlined cavity high in a decayed section of a living tree, or in an old woodpecker nest in a dead tree. This species is primarily an arboreal fruit-eater, but will also take insect, lizards, bird eggs, and other small vertebrates. If you are fascinated by Toucans then contact us now by visiting our website for more details . http://charliexotics.ga/exotic-birds/

Tropical Kingbird

Bill Shape
all-purpose
Eats
meal-worms
Regions
alaska
arizona
british columbia
california
connecticut
florida
idaho
illinois
louisiana
maine
maryland
massachusetts
mexico
nevada
north carolina
ontario
oregon
quebec
texas
washington
Tail Shape
forked-tail
Wing Shape
pointed-wings
Sounds
trilling
Habitat
riparianorriverforest
lakes rivers ponds
Forests
Oceans
Marshes
Color
olive
brown
gray
yellow
Body Shape
perching
Size
medium
small
Order
tyrant flycatchers - tyrannidae
perching birds or songbirds - passeriformes
Conservation Status
Least Concern
Bird Species