tro · gon \ˈtrō-ˌgän\
n.The generic name for various large and colorful birds of the family Trogonidae that inhabit tropical and subtropical areas of the Western Hemisphere. Two species, Eared Trogon and Elegant Trogon, migrate to the higher mountains of southeast Arizona during the summer nesting season.
From the Greek trōgōn, present participle of trōgein (to gnaw, a reference to the bird's use its large bill to gnaw nest holes in trees.)
For more information please see the excellent Wikipedia article on Trogons.
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Kevin (adult ♂) Barbara (adult ♀)

You might also enjoy seeing some of our recent courtship behavior. After 20 wonderful years many of our close friends joined us for our Convalidation of Marriage (aka our "renups") at the Catholic Community of San Agustin.