- Scientific Name: Pharomachrus mocinno
- Appearance: They are known for their striking colors, varying from a bright green to a blue teal on its back and tail feathers. The breast and belly of females are a soft grey; in males, the chest is a bright red and the belly is grey. Their bodies are on average from 8 to 14 inches long, their tail feathers range from 14 to 24 inches long.
- Range: The Resplendent Quetzal habitat includes Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, and Panama.
- Why they are disappearing: This species is endangered due to habitat loss and poaching. Their natural habitat is being turned agricultural land, removing the trees that they depend on.