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Toucan barbets are Near-Threatened and found in humid forests on the W Andean slopes in NW Ecuador and SW Colombia. They remain a relatively common sighting locally, their numbers have declined significantly due to habitat loss and capture for the wild-caught bird trade.

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Toucan barbets are Near-Threatened and found in humid forests on the W Andean slopes in NW Ecuador and SW Colombia. They remain a relatively common sighting locally, their numbers have declined significantly due to habitat loss and capture for the wild-caught bird trade.