Length: 24.4–27.9cm (10–11") Description: reddish beak; blue to violet pileum (from forehead, crown to the nape); blue to green back; green wing coverts with patterned, black, and white primary and secondary feathers; white throat and chest, bright-red belly; long, splayed tail with red undertail coverts Habitat: dry forests, moist forests, secondary forests, and shrub land. Range: Cuba
Note: the Cuban Trogon (its local name is tocororo) is Cuba's national bird. Its local name is derived from its call, toco-toco-tocoro-tocoro, and some of its colours are represented on Cuba's national flag. Somewhat like hummingbirds they can hover while feeding—their diet is mostly flowers, fruits, and insects.