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The Slaty-tailed Trogon (Trogon massena) often remains on a single perch for long periods, before sallying out to grab fruit or capture an insect. It has a green back, head and breast, red belly and orange bill. The female has a dark grey back, head and breast, red belly and only partially orange bill, most of the upper beak being black. They nest in rotting stumps and termitaria, 2-15 meters above the ground, and breed in lowlands from southeastern Mexico south through Central America, to Colombia, and a small region of north-western Ecuador.
Slaty tailed trogon