• BirdsCurl-crested Aracaris Image

    Curl-crested Aracaris

    The Curl-crested Aracaris (Pteroglossus beauharnaesii) is a South American toucan that is named after its distinctive curly head feathers. Range and ecology The Curl-crested Aracari range includes central and southern…

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  • Brown-mandibled Aracaris

    The Brown-mandibled Aracaris (Pteroglossus mariae) is a South-American aracari that occurs naturally in the forests south of the Amazon river in eastern Peru and western Brazil as far as the river Madeira…

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  • BirdsLettered Aracaris On A Branch

    Lettered Aracaris

    The Lettered Aracaris (Pteroglossus inscriptus) – also known as Lesser Aracari, Lettered Toucan or Maroon-banded Aracari – is found in South America, mostly south of the Amazon river. It lives in the subtropical…

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  • Pet BirdsFiery-billed Aracaris on Branch

    Fiery-billed Aracaris

    The Fiery-billed Aracaris, Pteroglossus frantzii, are Central American toucans that occur naturally only on the Pacific slopes of southern Costa Rica and western Panama. Small flocks, typically consisting of up…

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  • BirdsBlack-necked Aracaris Sitting on the Branch

    Black-necked Aracaris

    The Black-necked Aracaris (Pteroglossus aracari) is a South American Toucan that occurs naturally in Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname and Venezuela, where it is inhabits a variety of forest and woodland habitats. Aracaris generally roost socially throughout…

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  • Ivory-billed Aracaris

    The Ivory-billed Aracaris (Pteroglossus azara) is a South American Aracari that is found in the lowlands of southern Venezuela and northern Brazil at elevations of 300 meters and west into the lower elevations…

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  • BirdsA Stripe-billed Aracaris Perched on Tree

    Stripe-billed Aracaris

    The Stripe-billed Aracaris (Pteroglossus sanguineus) is a South American aracari that is found in the forests of Colombia and Ecuador. Aracaris generally roost socially throughout the year. Up to five adults and their fledged offspring…

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