What is the native habitat of the Rainbow-billed Toucan?
The Rainbow-billed Toucan is found in the jungles of Mexico, Central America and South America. They make their nests in hollowed-out spots in trees. The Rainbow-billed Toucan is the national bird of Belize.
What does the Rainbow-billed Toucan look like?
This bird is 17-22 inches long including the bill which measures 5-6 inches. In spite of its size the bill is light in weight. The bill is mainly green, red at the ends with orange on the sides. The neck and chest are black with yellow. Feet are blue and feathers at the tail tip are red.
The Rainbow eats seeds and fruit. It is sometimes kept in captivity.