Pteroglossus bailloni (Piciformes - Ramphastidae), a spectacular toucanet up to 39 cm long, readily identified by the adult male’s golden head and breast, olive mantle and red rump, better known as the Saffron toucanet.
Pteroglossus bailloni occurs in south-east Brazil, east Paraguay and north-east Argentina. This species is classified as Near Threatened on the IUCN Red List.
Despite its distinctive appearance, the Saffron Toucanet has not been well-studied, and little is known about its natural history. They often are quiet, even secretive; they forage for fruit, and perhaps young birds and eggs, in mid levels and the canopy of forest.
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Photo credit: ©Bertrando Campos
Locality: Itatiaia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
He’s so angry pretty. Great color combination.