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The black-throated trogon , also known as yellow-bellied trogon , Trogon rufus is a near passerine bird in the trogon family, Trogonidae. Although it is also called "yellow-bellied trogon" it is not the only trogon with a yellow belly. It breeds in lowlands from Honduras south to western Ecuador and northern Argentina. Like most trogons, it has distinctive male and female plumages and with soft colourful feathers.
List of birds of Oregon
Label the sketches with the different colors of the bird on the different parts of its body. Then you can later check your field guide to try and identify the bird, armed with all the information you need. Or you can use our backyard bird identification guide below to help you.
Male crown, eye line, throat stripe, back, wings, and central tail black; large white wing patch; much of head, eyebrow, underparts, and outer tail feathers orange. Female olive above; 2 white wing bars; chest pale orange; belly white. Bill slender, pointed; tail rounded. Olive-brown above, yellow below; gray head, lighter grayish throat and upper breast.