This bird of the primary forest was only rarely seen in secondary forest.
This pheasant was taken in native snares from primary forest.
The species was heard and observed also at a place 12 miles north of Kalabakan, at the edge of, but never in, primary forest.
In the primary forest it ranged in the upper canopy from 100 to 150 feet up.
This species seems to be confined to the primary forest, and was common at both localities listed.
Occasionally it was seen in a clearing in the primary forest.
Twelve miles north of Kalabakan it was found in primary forest.
This bird was one of the most common in the lower story of the primary forest.
This trogon of the primary forest was second in abundance only to H. diardi.
This flycatcher was seen only in primary forest, on the above dates.