A Pale-mandibled Aracari (Pteroglossus erythropygius), subspecies of the Collared Aracari, peeks out of its nest in the hollow of a tree in Mindo, Ecuador. Aracaris are members of the Toucan family. Their large beaks are unable to carve out their own nest cavities so they move into spaces created by woodpeckers and other excavators. Both mom and dad incubate the eggs and care for the chicks. Aracaris are unique toucans because up to 3 other adults might also sleep in the nest with them and care for the babies.