The Collared Aracari is a charming and petite toucan that inhabits the tropical lowland forest and its borders. It can usually be spotted in compact flocks as they wander through the upper layers of fruit-bearing trees. Additionally, you might catch a glimpse of them flying solo, gliding quickly and straightly across open areas and between trees. Its elongated bill and tail make its shape easily recognizable. The coloration of its body is predominantly yellow, adorned with distinct markings of red and black. Take note of the distinctive serrated pattern on its large beak. You can spot them during our bird photography tours in the Chocó Andino in Ecuador.