Today’s Creature Feature takes us to the rainforests of the Philippines, where we will find a very noisy bird with a rather unique appearance. The Rufous-headed Hornbill (also known as the Visayan Wrinkled Hornbill, Walden’s Hornbill, or the Writhed-billed Hornbill) is a Critically Endangered species that can be found on the islands of Negros and Panay. They are omnivores, preferring to feed on animal matter, figs and other fruits. They make their nests in the hollows of tree trunks and tend to live in small groups, so you can imagine the kind of noise they might create. Despite their nesting…
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