French: Toucanet de Reinwardt German: Reinwardtarassari Spanish: Tucanete de Reinwardt
Other common names:
Gold-collared Toucanet, Golden-collared Toucanet (when lumped with S. langsdorffii)
SC & SE Colombia (along Brazil border) S to E Ecuador and NC & NE Peru.
33–35 cm; 129–178 g. Male with black head to mantle, gold-yellow ear-tuft, and yellow band separating black from green back and tail; black below, with gold... read more
Song a series of c. 4–14 “ggrraawk” notes at 60–85 per minute, notes longer... read more
Lowland and lower hill and mountain-slope forest, also floodplain-forest and occasionally v... read more
Food and feeding
Diverse fruits, including figs, Cecropia fruits and many others; also some insects, and in captivity can be maintained on all-... read more
Season Mar–Jul. Apparently territorial, mainly or entirely in pairs. Male courtship-feeds female, sometimes several fruits in... read more
Probably sedentary, and territorial throughout year.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Generally uncommon in Colombia. Uncommon to fairly common in Ecuador. Reported to be fairly common locally in Peru, but recorded density of only c. 1... read more
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