As we entered the Iwokrama Rainforest in the South American country of Guyana near dawn, the birds were out in force. The first interesting encounter were these two white-throated toucans perched high up on this tree singing to each other.
If you have ever heard the sound of a toucan, it is a sound you will never forget. It is like a shrill whistle and when two or three birds start answering each other it is quite a sound spectacle. I first heard toucans in Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica a year or so earlier although they were the chestnut-mandible variety, so I was glad to be in toucan country again in Guyana. We would see several more including some channel-billed toucans further down the road.
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