Wreathed Hornbill

Photo of Wreathed Hornbill

Wreathed hornbills have a series of ridges along their comparatively flattened casque called wreaths. Males are larger and more colorful than their female counterparts. Each has a brightly-colored throat sack called a gular pouch that is used to store food. On the males, the pouch is bright yellow, the females’ is blue.


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