The Emerald Toucanet, Aulacorhynchus Prasinus, is a near-passerine bird occurring in mountainous regions from Mexico, through Central America, to northern Venezuela and along the Andes as far south as central Bolivia / by Doug Brown
The Green Aracari (Pteroglossus viridis) is a toucan, a near-passerine bird. It is found in the lowland forests of northeastern South America (the Guiana Shield), in the northeast Amazon Basin, the Guianas the eastern Orinoco River drainage of Venezuela. At 12"–16" long weighing 3.9–5.7 oz., it is the smallest aracari in its range, among the smallest members of the toucan family.
The Great Barbet (Megalaima virens) is an Asian barbet. Barbets are a group of near passerine birds with a worldwide tropical distribution. They get their name from the bristles which fringe their heavy bills. The Great Barbet is a resident breeder in the lower-to-middle altitudes of the Himalayas, ranging across northern India, Nepal and Bhutan, and some parts of Southeast Asia as far away as Laos