The Keel-billed Toucan is the national bird of Belize.

They exist as monogamous pairs in the wild found mostly in secondary broadleaf forests.

They feed primarily on fruits, however they may also include insects in their diet and are also known to be nest robbers.

Nesting season is in March when they will lay four eggs. They are found in neotropical regions.

Miles Hearn

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