Narina's Trogon

Both sexes have vivid, gingery green upperpart plumage. The tail feathers have a metallic blue-green gloss. The outer three rectices on each side are tipped and fringed white, giving the undertail of perched birds a characteristic white appearance . The wing coverts are a grizzled grey, and remiges mostly colourless grey.

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Original source: Patty McGann
Author: Patty McGann

The Narina's Trogon is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Narina's Trogon (Apaloderma narina) by Mike Nelson from Ghana XC45813 :: Narina's Trogon (Apaloderma narina constantia) = Recording data Recordist Mike Nelson Date 10-03-10 Time 7:45am Country Ghana Location Atewa Range, Ghana Longitude W0.33'25" Latitude N6. More

From Narina's Trogon by yellow, less extensive bare parts on face sides and by some barring at base of tail feathers, seen from below. Voice: descending, crescendoing series of Red-Faced Mousebird, Blue-Naped Mousebird & Red-Headed Lovebi Habitat: Lowland rainforests. More

Known locally as sorilawa, this Narina's trogon surprised me in a small church forest just north of... Anyone can see this photo All rights reserved Uploaded on Jan 30, 2009 | Map 3 comments Bevroren mist by .Raffa Anyone can see this photo All rights reserved Uploaded on Jan 12, 2009 | Map 0 comments Huddle Egenhovenbos Dumu Huddle by . More

Narina's trogon - fill your room as the sun comes up. Normally part of the package at Saruni is the manager and part owner, Ricardo Orizio, an Italian ex foreign correspondent who was overcome by the Africa bug about five years ago, and has made Saruni what it is today: not least by building a very impressive library of Africana books. The calm styling in the architecture and decor is echoed by his hospitality. Hide... More

Order : Trogoniformes
Family : Trogonidae
Genus : Apaloderma
Species : narina
Authority : (Stephens, 1815)