A pair of blue chest rattles (Lilac-breasted Rolle) of beautiful plumage perch in a tree near the camp near Savute Elephant Camp by Orient Express in Botswna, in the Chobe National Park. "Lilac Breasted Roller" and in Spain is known for "Ratchet Lila", hope you like the same thing to me when I saw it, I tell you a little about him. Name: Lilac Breasted Roller. Spain: Ratchet Lila Latin: coracias caudata. Biometrics: Length: 36 cm Weight: 104 g Appearance: The average size of the Lilac Breasted Roller is 14.5 inches. The washed green head is large, the neck is short, the greenish yellow legs are rather short and the feet are small. The beak is strong, arched and hooked tip. The narrow tail is of medium length. The back and scapulars are brown. The shoulder of the outer bands of the wings, flight feathers are violet and hips. The bases of the primaries and their coverts are pale greenish blue and the outer tail feathers are elongated and blackish. The chin is whitish shade, rich lilac of the breast. The underparts are greenish blue. The bill is black and eyes are brown. It has large wings and strong flight. Diet: Roller Lilac Breasted eats grasshoppers, beetles, lizards occasionally crabs and small amphibians. They capture their prey from the ground. Breeding: They nest in tree holes unlined natural or termite mounds. Sometimes they take over woodpecker or kingfisher nest holes. They lay 2-4 white eggs which are incubated by both sexes for 22-24 days. At 19 days, the chicks are fully feathered and grayish brown. Behavior: Roller owe their name to their impressive courtship flight, a quick dip and significant elevation surface with fast rocking motion, accompanied by loud raucous calls. All Roller appear to be monogamous and highly territorial. Lilac Breasted Roller perch on a dead tree, surveying the dam area. A typical aspect of their behavior is that animals also eat fleeing wildfires. It is a fast flyer, enjoy acrobatics during the breeding season. Actually race "on the wing". They live in pairs or small groups, but they are often alone. Its call is a loud squawk rough, 'zaaak'. They are partly migratory, but in some areas are sedentary. To feed precipitate from a lofty perch next to their prey and eat it on the ground or return to a perch where hit before swallowing it whole. They are territorial, defending feeding grounds also temporarily small, so that individuals are regularly spaced along the roads. They scare off many species from near their nest, even after breeding. Habitat: Grasslands, open woodland areas where palm trees grow alone. Where found: The species extends more or less continuously throughout eastern and southern Africa from the Red Sea coast of Ethiopia and Somalia, north-west of the north coast of Angola and South Africa. Lilac Breasted Roller inhabit acacia country with well spaced trees, riparian areas and farmland, but are not associated with the human environment.