The Collared Aracari, Pteroglossus torquatus, is a medium-sized toucan, a near-passerine bird which breeds from southern Mexico to Panama; also Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela. Here in Panama I have seen them around the Pipeline Road in the Soberania National Park, they are mentioned to live also in most of the Darien area, all along the Atlantic Coast and in the Altos De Campana National Park area. The Collared Aracari is primarily an arboreal fruit-eater, but will also take insects, lizards, bird eggs, and other small prey. The sexes are alike in appearance, with a black head and chest and dark olive green upper parts, apart from a red rump and upper tail. For more photos of toucans please see this page here at YourNaturePhotos.com.