Toucans for Sale

(Ramphastidae) Toucans are tropical birds native to Central America, South America and The Caribbean. They are best known for their very large and colorful bills. The Fruit Loops cereal mascot who says "follow your nose!" is a Toucan, Toucan Sam to be exact and the rendition is pretty close. There are over 40 different species under Toucan, their sizes and looks may very, but their lives are very much similar. Although the destruction of rainforests everywhere threatens other species to near extinction, the Toucan remains a thriving fixture of their wildlife scene. This is due to their ability to adapt to different environments and food sources. Because of their coloring, they enjoy being well camouflaged from potential predators which include other big birds, big cats and sometimes rats and snakes although, these animals more often enjoy Toucan eggs than Toucans.

Toco Toucan Hen

  • Name: CJG EXOTICS
  • Posted: 07/19/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas
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We have one adult Toco Toucan Hen available. She is 4 years old, flawless, captive bred, and DNA sexed. Perfect addition to any breeding program or zoological exhibit. Please inquire for details. Shipping available through Delta Cargo, local pickup i...

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Yellow rumped cacique.

  • Name: Enrique
  • Posted: 07/12/2024
  • Phone: 8324099528
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

1.0 yellow rumored cacique. $450. 1.0 Guyana toucanet $2100. 1.1 Roul Roul $750. Plus extra female $350.

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Red Billed Toucan

  • Price: $6,500.00
  • Name: Bret
  • Posted: 07/11/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Georgia

Handfed , very tame Red Billed Toucan(parent pictured)- 6500 Handfed, very tame Curl Crested Aracari- 5000

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Guyana tucanet.

  • Price: $1.00
  • Name: Enrique
  • Posted: 07/07/2024
  • Phone: 8324099528
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

1.0 Guyana toucanet. $2100. 1.0 Yellow rumped cacique. $450. 1.1 Amethyst starling. $1100.

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Emerald Toucanets

  • Name: Richard Revis
  • Posted: 06/28/2024
  • Phone: 4137729497
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee
  • Website: Www.Greenfeatherfarm.Com

Breeding season is going well and we have several pairs already going to nest! We currently have one Emerald Toucanet (male) still hand feeding that will be available in a few weeks. All of our birds are bred right here and customers receive regular...

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Keel billed toucan

  • Name: Noun
  • Posted: 06/26/2024
  • Phone: 323-767-6141
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

Hand fed baby, perfect condition. $4000 We ship with delta cargo. Phone calls only.

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Black Mandible Toucans pair

  • Name: Tony
  • Posted: 06/18/2024
  • Phone: (830) 399-9696
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

Extremely Rare in US aviculture..... For sale one DNA sexed pair of Black Mandible Toucans. Only six pairs in the US. In perfect flawless condition. Asking $ 25,000 for the pair. Will consider reasonable offer. Please contact me for additional i...

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Tocó Toucans

  • Name: Tony
  • Posted: 06/18/2024
  • Phone: (830) 399-9696
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

For Sale one pair of DNA sexed Tocó Toucans.... $ 8500. each. Birds are in perfect flawless condition. Male is 2 years old and female is 3 years old. Male is parent-raised and not tame, but will eat blueberries from hand. Female is totally tame....

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Red Billed Toucans

  • Price: $7,500.00
  • Name: Bret
  • Posted: 06/10/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Georgia

Handfed baby Red Billed Toucans- 7500 each (parent pictured) Handfed baby Curl Crested Aracaris- 5000 each

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Keel Billed Toucan Hand fed 2023 season hatch hen "SWEETIE"

  • Price: $3,300.00
  • Name: Chris Estep
  • Posted: 06/07/2024
  • Phone: 7606720127
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California
  • Website: http://www.ToucanJungle.com
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VERY VERY SWEET BIRD I play with her couple times a day Full flighted.. 2023 hatched, hand fed ( 99.5% hen ) Eats like a pig ( growth spurt ) She can be seen by appointment in Vista ( office location ) SWEET SWEET SWEET BIRD.. she loves me, I lo...

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2 toucanetts 1 hornbill

  • Price: $1,500.00
  • Name: Exotic birds in the cloud
  • Posted: 05/01/2024
  • Phone: 9546320863
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: WWW.EXOTICBIRDSINTHECLOUDS.COM

Emerald toucanette Aracari toucanette Red billed horn bill Call or text 954-632-0863 www.exoticbirdsintheclouds.com

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Toucans For Sale

  • Name: John C Messmer
  • Posted: 04/23/2024
  • Phone: 7068330801
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: North Carolina

Single Proven female Toco toucan 6000. Single proven keel bill toucans 3500. Lady Ross touraco female 1500.

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Birds Available

  • Name: Roberto Yoshida
  • Posted: 04/22/2024
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

1.0 Guianan toucanet 1.1 Orange headed thrush 1.1 Chestnut backed thrush 4.4 White cheeked bulbul 1.1 Pink necked green pigeon 1.0 Black napped dove 0.1 Green backed trogon 0.0.1 White cheeked turaco 1.0 Violaceous turaco I have those bird...

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Mini Toucan (Green Aracari) Smallest Toucan

  • Price: 4,000
  • Name: Dawn Adler
  • Posted: 04/07/2024
  • Phone: 9512457474
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: California

Please, serious people only, in person to meet us, only, and cash only! Please read all of ad before contact! Thank you! Mini Toucan (Green Aracari) Male Price includes his custom built glass inclosure/cage, these enclosures/cages cost abo...

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Hand Fed Aracaris and Toucanets

  • Name: Richard Revis
  • Posted: 04/05/2024
  • Phone: 4137729497
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Tennessee
  • Website: Www.Greenfeatherfarm.Com

Breeding season is going well and we have several pairs already going to nest! This year we are expecting chicks from our Green aracaris, Ivory Billed aracaris, Collared aracaris, Emerald toucanets, Keel-billed toucans, Guyana toucanets, and Laughing...

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Types of Toucans for Sale

Toucan Physical Characteristics

Having small wings does not allow a Toucan to fly very far, but that's not a necessity for the bird who hops around the forest floor looking for food. They have strong claws that allow them to perch on branches and are the largest bills in the world when considering the ratio of bill to body. Arteries within the bill expand when the bird gets too hot to release heat, one of the best built-in biological AC units of the animal kingdom. The bill is made of keratin, very lightweight material so it is easy to move about with it, but it's not very strong so it is not considered good protection against predators. The shape and size of it however, make it easy to reach hanging fruit and food others would not be able to get. Due to its beauty, the Toucan is captured frequently to be sold as pets.

Raising Toucans

In nests high in trees, the female Toucan will lay about 3 eggs and the male will assist in caring for the egg and young once hatched. The Toucan is born quite small and with a small beak so its parent's assistance is required to protect and feed it for its first few months.

What do Toucans Eat?

Toucans eat both animals and plants, mainly fruit which is abundant where they reside. Their protein comes from insects, nuts, eggs, reptiles, and other small animals. When eating the Toucan is usually solitary, but they do inhabit spaces with groups of 6 or 7 birds.

Toucans in Captivity

The most sought-after Toucan is the Toco Toucan, the largest.  In captivity, any Toucan can be extremely sensitive. Its dietary needs are extremely important to its health and if not trained properly to embrace its life with humans can be quite aggressive in captivity. This shouldn't deter a potential owner from putting in the effort, though. With special care taken to address these needs, the Toucan can be a great addition to the family.

Toucans as Pets

Their diet in captivity includes soft pellets and fruits they'd likely eat in their native habitats. Their diets must be low in iron due to a condition that causes them to store too much and never eat citrus fruits which are too high in vitamin C.

Caring for your Toucan can be fun. They enjoy taking baths and you're encouraged to give them baths frequently. In captivity, their lives can span anywhere from 6 to 25 years. The better they are cared for and their lifestyle mimics what theirs would be in the wild, the better your results with their health and behaviors.

Comments

  • Caiden on May 19
    How big of an aviary would a domestic toucan need in England? would it need to be kept inside and if so, would it need a heat lamp?
  • Pop on February 25
    I want a toucan in England