Here is another quiet resident of Kabalebo: the Black-necked Aracari.
Black-necked Aracari's (Pteroglossus aracari) are usual pretty quiet. Most often they like to hop between the trees or dense bushes, especially trees bearing fruits (Mope's or Papaya's).
Black-necked Aracari's have this distinguish red band across their 'waist', giving them the name 'Redi banti kuyake' in our local language. They like to travel in pairs or in small groups. Here you see a couple eating some ripe papaya's.
Not only are they frequent visitors seen near the lodge, they also feel right at home near the water or inside the forest. As usual pretty quiet too.
When they are not restless they scan the area by slowly tilting and turning their head. It looks like its beak is quite heavy but in reality it weighs almost nothing.
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