Writhed Hornbill (Aceros leucocephalus)
Also known as the Mindanao Wrinkled Hornbill, the writhed hornbill is a species of hornbill that is endemic to the Philippine islands of MIndanago, Dinagat and Camigiun Sur. They typically inhabit humid forests and will feed on fruits, insects and small vertebrates. Like most hornbills A.leucocephalus is sexually dimorphic with males sporting a rufous colored head and neck. However, both sexes have bright red bills/casques and black bodies.
The writhed hornbill is currently listed as near threatened and faces threats from habitat loss and hunting.