The Orient hornbills are very widespread in the southern and southeastern Asia. They prefer to live in tropical and subtropical forests with really large old trees, which they so desperately need to brood. In a cave of such a tree, the hen lays two or three eggs. The female leaves her home no longer before the young birds are almost fledged. During this time the male takes care of the family alone. It takes all kinds of figs and other fruits, insects, small reptiles and frogs from the forest. Are the juveniles have fledged, they continue to be supplied by both parents with food. They remain two or three years, mostly to sexual maturity in their family. Bianca Schumann has photographed the lovable birds in their natural environment on Pulau Pangkor, a small island with dense rainforest in the northwestern part of Malaysia. Photography, Editing and Design: Bianca Schumann Calvendo calendars are premium products - a bit more pricey than others but with added benefits: Our calendars always look beautiful on your wall because we produce them locally with premium paper and sophisticated spiral binding, ensuring easy turning of pages and flat hanging against the wall. A protective transparent plastic cover sheet provides added stability and each calendar comes in five languages. Treat yourself to a Calvendo calendar and you get something that looks better all year round.