Hornbill or Tingang (Dayak language) is a kind of bird that has a beak-shaped horns but without the circle. Usually it is a light-colored beak. The scientific name “Buceros” refers to the shape of the beak, and means “cow horn” in Greek
In the tradition of customs and cultures of Borneo, Hornbill (interests) is a symbol of “Nature Up” with divine nature that is “masculine”.
Hornbill is a native of Borneo typical birds, these birds live freely in the wilderness forests of Borneo. Hornbills have the ability to fly very high and so far, able to fly between islands. Usually resting and nesting on the tops of tall trees. The existence of Hornbill very closely related to the Dayak community.
Hornbills can be regarded as the epitome of the life of the Dayaks. Hornbill transfer from one place to another Dayak symbolize displacement from one region to another in the past. Almost all parts of the body Hornbill (feathers, head, beak, etc.) became a symbol of the emblem and symbol of the greatness of the Dayaks.