The Keel-billed Toucan is the largest. Most of the time, it was a fly-over, but one did pause at the top of a tree for its portrait.
Photos for the other 2 toucans were helped by the presence of fruit rinds on the deck of DePlooy's Lodge. The Collared Aracari was one of the first birds in the morning to come for the fruit, sometimes carrying large pieces away to avoid any chance of sharing.
During a quiet mid-day on the deck, when all the other guests were off looking for birds, the Emerald Toucanet came for a visit.