|Black-necked Aracari (Pteroglossus aracari)|
The Black-necked Aracari is distributed from eastern Venezuela and the Guianas to Mato Grosso and Goiás in central Brazil. There is a disjunct population in eastern Brazil.
It is found in a variety of forest and woodland habitats where it feeds on fruit and insects.
|It has a black head with chestnut-black ear-coverts. Upperparts are dark green with a red rump. Underparts are yellow with a black throat and a red band across the lower chest. The bill is ivory on the maxilla and black on the mandible.|