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This striking bird is one of the reasons birders head for Arizona. It is found only in to very localized places in Arizona and New Mexico but have a wider range in Mexico.
About the size of a crow, the trogon eats insects and fruit and are responsible for the dispersal of many fruit seeds. They build their nests in tree cavities.
Although not obvious in this photo, Trogons have the peculiar habit of perching with the tail pointed straight down.