Habitat: Subtropical or tropical moist lowland
forests, heavily degraded former forest
Weight: 6-11 oz
Incubation Period: 16-17 days
Number of Young: 2-4
Conservation Status: Least Concern
- They roost socially with up to five adults and their fledged offspring sleeping in the same hole.
- They are very social birds living in groups with all members, including siblings, feeding the chicks.
- All adults continue to feed the chicks for several weeks after fledging.
- Its beak can measure up to 4” long.