Trinidad Motmot

Momotus bahamensis
Conservation Status: Least Concern

The Trinidad Motmot is a fairly common resident of forested areas in T&T, however it is much easier to encounter this species on Tobago, where it also inhabits forest edge and other human-altered habitat. It is endemic to T&T. The Trinidad Motmot is an omnivore and feeds on a wide variety of fruits, berries, lizards, snakes, frogs, birds, and invertebrates.

Length: 46 cm
Weight: 89-130 g
Trinidad Motmot, Jul 2022

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