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“Peering out my screen window I noticed lime-green-beaked keel-billed toucans, a half-dozen bouncing around in a tree.”
“The keel-billed toucan was messing with us - looked right at the camera and just as I snapped the shutter, flew off!”
“There are various bird species such as the keel-billed toucan (Ramphastus sulfuratus), black-chested jay or "chau-chau" (Cyanocorax affinis), Tangara gyrola, Arantinga wagleri, Pharomacrus fulgidus festatus, blue-knobbed curassow or "paujil" (Crax alberti), crested guan or "pava" (Penelope purpurascens brunnescens), Chlorostilbon russatus and Anthocephala floriceps floriceps.”
“We kick off this segment with a keel-billed toucan.”
“We saw crocodiles; a family of spider monkeys swinging from a tree by their tails; keel-billed toucans; a tarantula, the size of a man's fist; a hard-shelled horned beetle, almost as big as the tarantula; and brown-speckled bats blending right into the tree bark from which they hung.”
“I had never seen a keel-billed toucan, which happens to be the favourite bird of my daughter, Erin.”
“There, just above my head, was my very first keel-billed toucan.”
“Birds that visit mangroves during migration include spotted sandpiper (Actitis macularia), red-lored Amazon (Amazona autumnalis), snowy cotinga (Carpodectes nitidus), Wilson's plover (Charadrius wilsonia), green kingfisher (Chloroceryle americana), lesser nighthawk (Chordeiles acutipennis), common nighthawk (Chordeiles minor), keel-billed motmot (Electron carintum), and osprey (Pandion haliaetus) just to name a few.”
“the keel-billed toucan is the national bird of belize and is known locally as the "bill bird." they are very social birds, and often found in flocks of 6 or more. toucans are found throughout belize's forests and feed primarily on a wide variety of tropical fruits, insects, reptiles, and bird eggs.”
“She watched a brilliantly colored keel-billed avian sitting on a knobby branch outside the governor’s window, grasping hard yellow hermoorsia fruits in its beak.”
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