Central and Northern South America
Omnivore. Fruits, palms, insects, lizards, bird eggs and birds.
Habitat: Mainly tropical forests.
Incubation: 15-16 days / 2-3 eggs
Social structure: Single, pairs or small groups of up to 7
Weight: 700g max
Dimensions: 58cm max
Estimated population in the wild: Common
Threats: Deforestation and hunting.
IUCN Status: Vulnerable
Did you know that:
- They nest in tree holes.
- Their extremely large bill is very light, as it is made of a spongy substance called keratin.