Black headed Trogon (16)
|The black-headed trogon (Trogon melanocephalus):|
They eat both fruit and insects, which they capture during brief sallies from an exposed perch.
The black-headed trogon excavates its nest in active termitaria in the branches of trees. It lays 2–3 white eggs which are incubated for 17 days. Chicks are capable of flight 16–17 days after hatching.