Great Hornbill - Great Hornbills are found high in the canopies of rainforests throughout Southeast Asia. They are omnivorous and will eat fruits, lizards and snakes.

Harpy Eagle - Harpy Eagles live in the rainforests of Central and South America. They are predatory birds, and feed on small mammals such as sloths and monkeys.

Hoatzin - Hoatzin are odd-looking birds with spiked crests of feathers on their heads and red eyes. They are found in the Amazon Rainforest and mostly eat fruit and leaves.

Keel-Billed Toucan - This toucan is identifiable by its long yellow beak with orange and red splotches. Its diet consists primarily fruit, as well as insects and some small animals or birds.

Resplendent Quetzal - Resplendent Quetzals are smaller birds who grow beautiful long trains of tail feathers. They are located in the cloud forests of Costa Rica and eat fruits and small insects.

Southern Cassowary - Southern Cassowaries are large, ostrich-like birds located in the rainforests on and near the Australian Continent. They can be aggressive, and eat mostly fruit.

Toco Toucan - The Toco Toucan can be found in rainforests, but is also largely found outside of them. They are also omniovorous, and eat fruits, eggs and birds.