The Wrinkled Hornbill, also called the
Sunda Wrinkled Hornbill, is native to the lower Malay
Peninsula, Indonesia and Borneo.
The Wrinkled Hornbill is threatened by
habitat loss through deforestation, especially for the
The male, above, has a bright red/orange
casque, pale blue eye-rings and a creamy-white front
neck/upper chest with an inflatable chin pouch. Both have
black bodies and white tails.
The female, above, also has pale blue
eye-rings but has an all yellow bill/casque, a blue chin
pouch and an all black neck and chest.
Like parrots and swans, hornbills
pair for life.