Mtunzini Fun Fact: Look out for this cute little guy that calls Mtunzini forest it’s home. The Green Barbet.. It occurs in forests from sea level to 1,800 meters (5,900 ft). Its isolated populations are vulnerable to forest clearing. They frequent fruiting branches in the sub-canopy, and vary from solitary to social during foraging and roosting. It is a sedentary species which is not known to undertake any movements. It may be particularly dependent on the fruit of wild figs. It breeds in cavities in tree trunks during mid summer. Their call is a repetitive chock, chock, or chop, chop, and even sometimes in a duet.