38 to 48 cm, 242g. Head, neck and back
Are black, wings and tail black tint with greenish tint. They have a cinnamon colored collar, dividing the neck from the back. Inferior parts are yellow with a black speck in the breast and a red and black stripe in the stomach.
Nests in tree cavities, lay 3 eggs.
Fruits of different species
From South of Mexico to North of Colombia and Venezuela Coast. (Very common at Macaw Mountain).
Primary forest, Island or patches of forest, open areas, grasslands, savannahs and tall bushes of secondary vegetation. Thick scrub in humid areas, coffee farms, isolated fragments of forest.
Accelerated habitat destruction, furtive hunting, ilegal traffic and commerce.
Risk Category: IUCN Red List: Least Concern