Trogons are found in warm, forested areas in North America, Central and South America, Asia, and Africa.
They live in trees and nest in tree cavities. They eat insects and fruit. Only one species of trogon is found in Cuba, the Cuban trogon.
The Cuban trogon is 10-11 inches in length and is the national bird of Cuba. It is a colorful bird with a green back, a blue head, a bright red belly, and a white chest and throat. It has a long scalloped tail, black and white barred wings, and reddish-brown eyes. It is found in forested areas across Cuba. In Cuba, it is known as the tocororo, or tocoloro.
World Status Key Least Concern Near Threatened Vulnerable Endangered Critically Endangered Extinct in the Wild Extinct
Status and range is taken from ICUN Redlist. If no status is listed, there is not enough data to establish status.