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DOVEs and PIGEONs

The Columbiformes order contains just one family, the Columbidae which is comprised of dove and pigeon species. They have small heads,short legs, and four unwebbed toes. All Columbiformes are monogamous. Unlike most other birds they are capable of drinking by sucking up water, without needing to tilt the head back.

Pacific Region

Order Columbiformes   Family Columbidae



Genus Caloenas - 1 species

Pigeon, Nicobar  Caloenas nicobarica  Found: Indonesia vicinity
The Nicobar Pigeon has gray head; gray, green, and copper neck plumage; dark gray breast; dark bill with blackish knob; dull red legs. Females have browner underparts.
Image by: 1, 2) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo   3) Dick Daniels - World of Birds, South Africa    4) Dick - North Carolina Zoo



Genus Chalcophaps
Found in southeast Asia and Australasia

Dove,_Asian_Emerald also Common Emerald Dove Chalcophaps indica Found: Indian subcontinent, southeast Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines
The Emerald Dove has bright emerald green back and wings; black primary feathers, tail; pink head and underparts fading to gray on lower belly; white arc over  dark brown eyes; red bill, legs. It used to be conspecific with the Pacific Emerald Dove.
Image by:  1) Lip_kee - Singapore 2) Dick Daniels - Miami Zoo  3, 6) Dick - San Diego Zoo  4, 5) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo  7) Vijay_Ismavel - India


Dove,_Pacific_Emerald Chalcophaps longirostris Found: Indonesia, Australia
The Pacific Emerald Dove has bright emerald green back, wings; dark vinous pink head, breast; grayish lower belly; dark eyes; bright red bill, legs. Male has white patch on edge of shoulders; gray crown. Female tends to be browner; gray mark on shoulders. It used to be conspecific with the Common Emerald Dove.
Similar to: Stephan's Emerald Dove. Stephan's Emerald Dove is smaller than Pacific Emerald Dove and has more rounded tail.
Image by: 1) Mdekoo - Queensland  2) David_Cook   3) Dan_Armbrust - Queensland  4) Francesco Veronesi - Queensland


Dove,_Stephan's_Emerald Chalcophaps stephani Found: Sulawesi, New Guinea,Solomon Islands
The Stephan's Emerald Dove has mainly chestnut-brown plumage; orange or red bill; purplish-red legs. Female has gray forehead.
Similar to: Pacific Emerald Dove. Stephan's Emerald Dove is smaller than Pacific Emerald Dove and has more rounded tail.
Image by: 1, 2, 3) Katerina_Tvardikova



Genus Cryptophaps - 1 species

Pigeon,_Sombre  Cryptophaps poecilorrhoa Found: Sulawesi ((Indonesia)
Image by: 1) Netzach   2) Ariel Frayman  3) Tony_Sawbridge




Genus Didunculus - 1 species

Pigeon,_Tooth-billed  Didunculus strigirostris  Found: Samoa
The Tooth-billed Pigeon has grayish head, neck, underparts; rufous-chestnut wing coverts; large hooked red bill.
Image by: 1) John Gould  2) Pinned



Genus Ducula
The Imperial-Pigeons form a genus of very large pigeons, hence their name "imperial". They dwell in forest, eat fruit, and are strong flyers. Most Imperial-Pigeons are found in southeast Asia and the tropical Pacific.

Pigeon, Baker's Imperial- also  Vanuatu Imperial-Pigeon   Ducula bakeri Found: Vauuatu in south Pacific Ocean
Image by: 1) SalvatoreChamu


Pigeon, Barking Imperial-  also  Peale's Imperial-Pigeon  Ducula latrans  Found: Fiji
The Barking Imperial-Pigeon feeds on large fruits of nutmegs. It feeds alone or in pairs, occasionally occurring in small flocks on fruiting trees. The breeding season of this species is from May to January, with a single egg being laid on an insubstantial twig nest.
Image by: 1) joseph Smit  2) Tom Tarrant


Pigeon, Black Imperial also Bismarck Imperial Pigeon  Ducula melanochroa  Found: near Papua New Guinea
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) Joseph Smit


Pigeon, Chestnut-bellied Imperial-  Ducula brenchleyFound: Solomon Islands (east of New Guinea)
Image by: 1) Guy B


Pigeon, Christmas Island Imperial-  Ducula whartoni  Found: Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean
The Christmas Island Imperial-Pigeon has mainly gray plumage; lighter underparts.
Image by: 1) John Gerrard Keulemans  2) P_Khoo 3) Roger Williams


Pigeon,_Cinnamon-bellied_Imperial-  Ducula basilica  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) Paulo Alves  2) xRiffRaffx  3, 4) Simon_van_der_Meulen


Pigeon, Collared Imperial-  also  Black-collared Fruit Pigeon  Ducula mullerii  Found: Australasia
The Collared Imperial-Pigeon has gray upperparts; gray-pink underparts; black collar on white neck. Found New Guinea and the Aru Islands. It has been recorded from Boigu and Saibai islands, Australian territory in northern Torres Strait.
Image by: 1) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo  2) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo  3) Dick Daniels - Miami Zoo   4) Trisha Shears - Cincinnati Zoo
1, 2) Perhaps mites is causing the facial problem.


Pigeon,_Dark-backed_Imperial-  Ducula lacernulata  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) Marcel Holyoak  2) Justin_Rayboun_Smith


Pigeon, Elegant Imperial-  Ducula concinna  Found: New Guinea
The Elegant Imperial-Pigeon has main dark blue-green upperparts with iridescent sheen; pale gray head, neck, underparts
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) Quarti


Pigeon, Finsch's Imperial-  Ducula finschii  Found: Papua New Guinea
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) David Cook 


Pigeon, Goliath Imperial-  also  New Caldonian Imperial-Pigeon  Ducula goliath  Found: New Caldonia
Image by: 1) Jean Ravau  2, 3) Tony Morris


Pigeon,_Gray_Imperial- 
Ducula pickeringii  Found: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines
Image by: 1) Raymond Velasquez  2) Rackk67 - Philippinwa


Pigeon,_Gray-headed_Imperial-  Ducula radiata  Found: Indonesia
The Gray-headed Imperial Pigeon has dark metallic green upperpartsgray underparts, head; black hind-neck.
Image by: 1) Nigel Voaden  2) Michael_Patrick_Marklevitz  3) Kama_Jaya_Shagir


Pigeon,_Green_Imperial-  Ducula aenea  Found: southern Asia and east to Indonesia
The Green Imperial-Pigeon has metallic-green back, wings, tail; off-white head, neck; off-white underparts with maroon under-tail; bluish-gray bill; dark red eyes; reddish feet. D. a. Paulina has rusty-brown on nape.
Image by: 1) Steve_Garvie - Sri Lanka  2, 3, 4) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo  5) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo



Pigeon, Island Imperial-  Ducula pistrinaria  Found: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands
Image by: 1) Joseph Smit  2) David Cook - Papua New Guinea


Pigeon, Marquesan Imperial-  Ducula galeata  Found: French Polynesia
The Marquesan Imperial-Pigeon has glossy-green upperparts, wings, tail; sooty-gray head, throat, breast.
Image by: 1) Samuel Etienne 


Pigeon, Micronesian Imperial-  Ducula oceanica  Found: Micronesia and other islands
The Micornesian Imperial-Pigeon has dark green back, wing coverts; ashy-gray head, neck; light gray; dark rufous vent; blackish upper-tail; dark brown under-tail.
Image by: 1) Hennrick von Klittlitz


Pigeon,_Mindoro_Imperial-  Ducula mindorensis  Found: Philippines
Image by: 1) John Gerrard Keulemans  2) Philippine_Post


Pigeon,_Mountain_Imperial-  Ducula badia  Found: eastern Asia
The Mountain Imperial-Pigeon has a brownish-maroon back upperparts; vinous-gray head, neck, underparts; white throat.
Image by: 1, 2) Francesco Veronesi - Thailand  3) tontantravel - thailand


Pigeon,_Nicobar_Imperial-  Ducula nicobarica  Found: Nicobar Islands (eastern Indian Ocean)
Image by: 1) Gunnar Creutz


Pigeon, Pacific Imperial-  Ducula pacifica  Found: Papua New Guinea, Cook Islands, Tonga and other islands of Pacific
The Pacific Imperial-Pigeon is found on many Pacific Islands including American Samoa, the Cook Islands, the smaller islands of eastern Fiji, Kiribati, Niue, the smaller satellite islands of Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis and Futuna Island.
Image by: 1) abcdefgewing  2) Jake_Osborne


Pigeon, Pied Imperial-  Ducula bicolor  Found: Asia
The Pied Imperial-Pigeon is creamy-white with dark flight and tail feathers; brown eyes; bluish bill and legs.
Image by: 1, 2) Darren Bellerby - Jurong Bird Park, Singapore  3) Dick Daniels - National Aviary  4) Dick - Miami Zoo


Pigeon, Pink-bellied Imperial-  Ducula poliocephala  Found: Philippines
The Pied Pink-bellied-Pigeon has mainly dark gray plumage, breast; pale gray head; pink belly; brown, black and gray patterned tail; red eyes.
Image by: 1) Hospoda  2) NCAA_Official


Pigeon, Pink-headed Imperial-  Ducula rosacea  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) Ron Knight  2) Neville Kemp - Timor


Pigeon,_Pinon's_Imperial-  Ducula pinon  Found: Indonesai, Papua New Guinea
The Pinon's Imperial-Pigeon has mainly gray plumage; darker on wings, tail; bare red skin around eye.
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) Charles Lam 3) Jerry Oldenettel - Papua New Guinea


Pigeon, Polynesian Imperial-  Ducula pacifica  Found: French Polynesian
Image by: 1) Hamilton


Pigeon,_Purple-tailed_Imperial-  Ducula rufigaster  Found: New Guinea
The Purple-tailed Imperial-Pigeon has green back and wings with purplish-red iridescence; blue-gray rear-crown, hind-neck; golden-rufous breast, flanks; buff belly; whitish under-tail.
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova 2) Frank Wouters  3) Gouldy  4, 5) Darren Bellerby



Pigeon,_Red-knobbed_Imperial-  Ducula rubricera  Found: Papua New Guinea
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova 2, 3) David Cook


Pigeon,_Rufescent_Imperial-  Ducula chalconota  Found: New Guinea
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) showyourbird.com


Pigeon,_Seram_Imperial-  Ducula neglecta  Found: Seram and Ambon Islands in the Moluccas of Indonesia
The Seram Imperial-Pigeon is also considered a subspecies of the Spectacle Imperial-Pigeon.
Image by: 1) James_Eaton


Pigeon,_Silver-tipped_Imperial-  Ducula luctuosa  Found: Sulawesi (Indonesia)
The Silver-tipped Imperial-Pigeon has sometimes been considered a subspecies of the Pied Imperial-Pigeon, but has a yellowish tip to the bill, black spotting near the vent, and silvery-grey remiges
Image by: 1) David and Nancy Massie  2) Peter_Ericsson


Pigeon,_Spectacled_Imperial- also White-spectacled Imperial-Pigeon   Ducula perspicillata  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) John Mittermeier  2) Hanom_Bashari


Pigeon,_Spice_Imperial-  Ducula myristicivora   Found: northern Maluku Islands of Indonesia
Image by: 1) Dubi Shapiro


Pigeon,_Spotted_Imperial-  Ducula carola  Found: Philippines
The Spotted Imperial-Pigeon has black and gray wings with black spots; dark gray breast with white crescent; dark chestnut belly.
Image by: 1) Jan Harteman  2) Tonji_Ramos


Pigeon, Timor Imperial-  Ducula cineracea  Found: Indonesia, East Timor
Image by: 1) Colin Trainor 


Pigeon, Torresian Imperial- Ducula spilorrhoa    Found: Australia
The Torresian Imperial-Pigeon has white or creamy plumage apart from black flight feather and part of the tail; pale bill; black eyes.
Image by: 1, 2) Dick Daniels - Australia  3) Brian_Gratwicke  4) Tony Morris


Pigeon, White-bellied Imperial-   Ducula forsteni  Found: Indonesia
The White-bellied Imperial-Pigeon has a white belly, head, tail band; green upperparts, neck collar, breast; red around the eyes.
Image by: 1, 2) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo  3) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo


Pigeon,_Zoe's_Imperial  Ducula zoeae  Found: New Guinea
The Zoe's Imperial-Pigeon has purplish-chestnut upper mantel, wings; pale gray head, neck; rest upperparts dark or bronzy green.
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova 2, 3) Doug Janson  4) Jerry Oldenettel



Genus Gallicolumba
This is a genus of mid-sized ground-dwelling doves which occur in rainforests on the Philippines, Indonesia, and in the Pacific region. They fruits and seeds.

Bleeding-heart, Luzon Gallicolumba luzonica Found: island of  Luzon and vicinity, Philippines
The Luzon Bleeding-heart has vivid red patch on the breast; irridescent slate-gray upperparts; buff or chestnut belly, under wings; bold wing bars.
Image by: 1, 3) Dick Daniels - Sylvan Heights  2) Sandy Cole - Sylvan Heights  4) Dick - Zoo Miami


Bleeding-heart, Mindanao  Gallicolumba crinigera  Found: Philippines
The Mindanao Bleeding-heart has red patch on breast.
Image by: 1, 3) cuatrok77  Magalhães  


Bleeding-heart, Negros  Gallicolumba keayi  Found: islands of Negros and Panay (Philippines)
Image by: 1) John Gerrard Keulemans


Dove, Bronze Ground-  Gallicolumba beccarii  Found: New Guinea, Solomon Islands
Image by: 1, 2) Katerina_Tvardikova  3) Mark A Harper - Papua New Guinea


Dove, Caroline Islands Ground-  Gallicolumba kubaryi Found: Micronesia
Image by: 1) Tony Morris


Dove, Cinnamon Ground-  also Golden-heart Dove  Gallicolumba rufigula  Found: Australasia
Cinnamon Ground-Dove has cinnamon upperparts; gray head with orange-brown forehead; black eye-ring; white underparts with orange-brown flanks and yellowish center of breast..
Image by: 1) Trisha Shears - Louisville Zoo  2) Kevin


Dove,_Marquesas_Ground-  Gallicolumba rubescens  Found: French Polynesia
Image by: 1) hbw.com  2) Pinned


Dove,_Palau_Ground-  Gallicolumba canifrons also Alopecoenas canifronsFound: Palau (northeast of New Guinea)
The Palau Ground-Dove has chestnut nape, upper mantle; olive with bronze irredesence lower mantle; ashy gray forehead, lores; slate gray crown; gray breast; blackish brown belly.
Image by: 1) hbw.com  2) Pinned


Dove,_Polynesian_Ground-  Gallicolumba erythroptera  Found: French Polynesia and nearby islands
The Polynesian Ground-Dove has dark olive-gray upperparts; all or partially white head, throat, breast; blackish underparts. Female has mainly reddish-brown plumage.
Image by: 1, 3) Island_Conservation  2) John Gerrard Keulemans



Dove, Purple Ground-  also White-breasted Ground-Dove  also White-bibbed Ground-Dove  Gallicolumba jobiensis 
   Found: Indonesia, Australasia
The White-bibbed Ground-Dove has gray upperparts with purple mantle and wings; gray crown; white bib extends to mid-breast. It is found in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, and Solomon Islands.
Image by: 1) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo  2) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo  3) Heather - Australia


Dove,_Santa_Cruz_Ground-  Gallicolumba sanctaecrucis  Found: Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
Image by: 1) hbw.com


Dove, Sulawesi Ground-   Gallicolumba tristigmata   Found: Sulawesi (an Indonesian island)
The Sulawesi Ground-Dove has olive-brown upperparts; golden forehead; purple nape patch; yellow breast; white belly; red legs
Image by: 1) Valerie 2) Danny Barron - Oklahoma City Zoo  3) Stavenn 


Dove, Tongan Ground- also Friendly Ground-Dove  Gallicolumba stairi  Found: Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, and other islands
Image by: 1) Joseph Wolf


Dove,_Wetar_Ground-  Gallicolumba hoedtii  also Alopecoenas canifrons Found: Indonesia
The male Wetar Ground-Dove has rufous back, rump; pale blue-gray head; grayish-white throat; pale cream breast; blackish belly. Female has rusty chestnut head, neck, breast; olive brown upperparts, belly.
Image by: 1) Imanuddin  2) James Eaton
1) Female 2) Male


Dove, White-throated Ground-  Gallicolumba xanthonura  Found: Mariana Islands
The male White-throated Ground-Dove has chocolate brown body; white head, breast. Female is all brown.
Image by: 1, 2, 3) Trisha Shears - Louisville Zoo  4) Dick Daniels - National Aviary
1) Female  2, 3, 4) Male



Genus  Gymnophaps
The mountain-pigeons have gray upperparts; red around the eyes; eat fruit.

Pigeon, Buru Mountain-  Gymnophaps mada  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) John Gerrard Keulemans  2) Rob_Hutchinson


Pigeon,_Pale_Mountain-  Gymnophaps solomonensis  Found: Solomon Islands
The Pale Mountain Pigeon has blackish back; whitish-gray head, neck; whitish breast; buffy-pink belly.
Image by: 1) hbw.com


Pigeon, Papuan Mountain-  Gymnophaps albertisii  Found: New Guiniea, and other Pacific Islands
The Papuan Mountain-Pigeon has dark gray upperparts; gray tail with white tip; white breast; red patch around eyes.
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2, 4) Dick Daniels - San Diego Zoo   3) Sandy Cole - San Diego Zoo  


Pigeon,_Seram_Mountain-  Gymnophaps stalkeri  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) Dubi Shapiro - Seram, Maluku, Indonesia  2) Rob_Hutchinson - Seram, Maluku, Indonesia



Genus Macropygia
This genus is one of three genera known as cuckoo-doves (Macropygia Reinwardtoena Turacoena). They are long tailed, range between 27-45 cm in length and have brown plumage. The genus ranges from India and China through Indonesia and the Philippines to Vanuatu and Australia.

Dove,_Amboyna_Cuckoo-   Macropygia amboinensis  Found: Moluccas, New Guinea
Many subspecies of the Amboyna Cuckoo-Dove have whitish underparts, fine dark barring below and/or a whitish cap. Males tend to have a slight rose/green colouration on their nape and neck. It used to be a subspecies of the Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove before this was split in 2016.
It was formerly one of the subspecies of the Slender-billed Cuckoo (Macropygia amboinensis). The Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove has been split into Amboyna Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia amboinensis), Brown Cuckoo_Dove (Macropygia phasianella) and Sultan's Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia doreya).
Image by: 1) Jerry_Oldenettel - New Guinea


Dove,_Andaman_Cuckoo-  Macropygia rufipennis Found: India
Image by: 1) Staurt Baker  2) Balaji Venkatesh Sivaramakrish  3) Sarwandeep_Singh


Dove, Barred Cuckoo-  Macropygia unchall Found: Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia
The Barred Cuckoo-Dove has barred upperparts; unbarred pale head; long tail; pale buffy brown underparts. Female has lighter underparts with distinct barring.
Image by: 1) Henrik Gronvold 2) Geetanjalidhar  3) Arthur Grosset - Bhutan
1) Male: left; female: right


Dove, Black-billed Cuckoo-  also  Bar-tailed Cuckoo-Dove  Macropygia nigrirostris Found: New Guinea
Image by: 1) Lee Hunter


Dove,_Brown_Cuckoo-  Macropygia phasianella  Found: Australasia
The Brown Cuckoo-Dove has has rusty-brown upperparts.
It was formerly one of the subspecies of the Slender-billed Cuckoo (Macropygia amboinensis). The Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove has been split into Amboyna Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia amboinensis), Brown Cuckoo_Dove (Macropygia phasianella) and Sultan's Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia doreya).
Image by: 1) David Cook - Wamboin, NSW, Australia  2 )Francesco_Veronesi - Queensland


Dove, Dusky Cuckoo-  also  Bar-necked Cuckoo-Dove  Macropygia magna Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) James Eaton


Dove,_Enggano_Cuckoo-   Macropygia cinnamomea  Found: Enggano Island in Indonesia.
The Enggano Cuckoo-Dove was previously a subspecies of the Ruddy Cuckoo-Dove.
Image by: 1) Filip_Verbelen


Dove,_Little_Cuckoo-  Macropygia ruficeps   Found: Asia, Indonesia, Malaysia
The Little Cuckoo-Dove has unbarred upperparts; rufous crown.
Image by: 1) Rushenb - Thailand  2) Francesco Veronesi - Malaysia  3) Joseph_Kbtan


Dove,_Mackinlay's_Cuckoo-  Macropygia mackinlayi Found: New Guinea, Solomon Islands
Image by: 1) Katerina_Tvardikova  2) David_Cook 


Dove,_Philippine_Cuckoo-   Macropygia tenuirostris  Found: Philippines, Taiwan
The Philippine Cuckoo-Dove was previously considered a subspecies of the Ruddy Cuckoo-Dove.
Image by: 1) Chris_Chafer  2) James_Eaton


Dove,_Ruddy_Cuckoo-   Macropygia emiliana  Found: Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia
The Ruddy Cuckoo-Dove used to have these as subspecies; Engganon Cuckoo-Dove and Philippine Cuckoo-Dove.
Image by: 1) Charles_Lam  2) Alex_Vargas  - Indonesia


Dove,_Sultan's_Cuckoo-   Macropygia doreya  Found:northern New Guinea, Moluccas, Sulawesi
The male Sultan's Cuckoo-Dove has rose/green coloration to nape, neck. Many subspecies have whitish underparts.
It was formerly one of the subspecies of the Slender-billed Cuckoo (Macropygia amboinensis). The Slender-billed Cuckoo-Dove has been split into Amboyna Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia amboinensis), Brown Cuckoo_Dove (Macropygia phasianella) and Sultan's Cuckoo-Dove (Macropygia doreya).
Image by: 1) Ariefrahman  2) Marcel Holyoak


Dove,_Tanimbar_Cuckoo-   Macropygia timorlaoensis  Found: Tanimbar Islands in Indonesia
The Tanimbar Cuckoo-Dove was formerly a subspecies of the Dusky Cuckoo-Dove.
Image by: 1) Dubi_Shapiro  2) Mehd_Halaouate


Dove,_Timor_Cuckoo-   Macropygia magna  Found:Timor, Wetar and the eastern Lesser Sundas
The Timor Cuckoo-Dove was formerly a subspecies of the Dusky Cuckoo-Dove.
Image by: 1, 2) James_Eaton
1) Juvenile



Genus Phapitreron

Dove, Amethyst Brown- Phapitreron amethystinus Found: Philippines
Image by: 1) Blake Matheson  2) Pinned


Dove,_Tawitawi_Brown- Phapitreron cinereiceps   Found; Sulu Archipelago of the Philippines
Until recently the Tawitawi Brown-Dove was considered conspecific with the Mindanao Brown-Dove (probably extinct) and collectively called the Dark-eared Brown-Dove.
Image by: 1) Ivan Sarenas


Dove, White-eared Brown-   Phapitreron leucotis  Found: Philippines
Image by: 1) Joseph Smit  2) Roberto Verzo



Genus Reinwardtoena
This genus is one of three genera known as cuckoo-doves (Macropygia Reinwardtoena Turacoena).

Dove, Crested Cuckoo-  Reinwardtoena crassirostris  Found: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands
Image by: 1) birdstamps.org


Dove, Great Cuckoo-  Reinwardtoena reinwardtii   Found: Indonesai, Papua New Guinea
Image by: 1) Courcelles  2) Nigel Voaden


Dove, Pied Cuckoo-  Reinwardtoena browni  Found: Papua New Guinea
Image by: 1) Pierre de Chabannes



Genus Turacoena
This genus is one of three genera known as cuckoo-doves (Macropygia Reinwardtoena Turacoena).

Dove, Black Cuckoo-  also   Slaty Cuckoo-Dove  Turacoena modesta  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) James Eaton


Dove, White-faced Cuckoo- Turacoena manadensis  Found: Indonesia
Image by: 1) AS Kono  2) Jerome Micheletta - Sulawesi





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