Whooping Motmot Momotus subrufescens
Version: 1.0 — Published April 15, 2011
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The nest is at the end of a long burrow or tunnel, as is typical of motmots. The location usually is in bank, but the burrow also may be placed on ground with that is "only slightly sloping" (Wetmore 1968).