- Ceyx erithaca
- Kingfishers & Friends
The Black-and-yellow Broadbill is a small species of broadbill found in parts of Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. They are usually found in forest habitat.
Black-and-yellow Broadbills are beautiful birds with distinctive plumage. They have feathers in black, white, pink, and yellow. The bill is turquoise blue and the iris yellow. Males and females are similar, though the black breast band is split in the middle on female birds.
Black-and-yellow Broadbills feed primarily on insects like crickets, beetles, and caterpillars. They may feed alone or in small foraging groups of 10-15 individuals.
|Hatched||Added to Birdorable on: 22 November 2014|
|Scientific Name||Eurylaimus ochromalus|
|Birdorable Family||Trogons, Cotingas & Compadres|
(as of 25 March 2017)
5.3 to 5.9 inches
1 to 1.4 ounces