Once this is done, it flies to the tunnel where its nest is to feed its chicks.
Legend of the Toh.
Formerly the Toh had a long and shiny tail full of colored feathers, so beautiful that it competed with the beauty of King Kukul, a bird admired by all. She became proud and arrogant, so instead of working she would spend the day in the jungle lounging around and having the others bring her food so as not to spoil her wonderful tail.
One afternoon when the sky announced a storm, a meeting of birds was called to assign a mission to each one, such as building shelters and collecting food. The Toh refused saying he was an "aristocrat".
Finally, he appeared to work together with the rest, but when they were distracted, the Toh hid in some bushes, slipped into a crevice in a stone wall, and fell asleep, not realizing that his beautiful feathered tail had remained outside. The storm came and collapsed his tail, at the end everyone came out to celebrate. The Toh arrived to join the others, feigning weariness from the hard work. It was placed as always in its favorite place: the highest branch, so that everyone could admire it but this time everyone made fun of the appearance of its tail.
It was then that the Toh realized what had happened, was ashamed and since he did not want everyone else to know that he had not been working to save their common home, he decided to flee to the most inaccessible of the jungle, digging his house in a hole near the entrance of a cave.
That is why since then, he hides in shame, living in holes.