Diurnal, Come to Australia in August from New Guinea. Come to breed, usually leaving the following April. Each member of a pair helps to build a stick nest on a horizontal branch 15m or so from the ground
Forest Coastal, tropical rainforests; scrubs along creeks and rivers; mangroves.
August September October November December January, 1; white. Incubation is about 27 days by both male and female. Young fly in about 23 days
Kakadu National Park
Herbivore, Native fruits and berries.
|| Pied Imperial-Pigeon, Torres Strait Imperial-Pigeon
|| Ducula bicolor (spilorrhoa)
|| Least Concern
|| 380 - 440 mm.
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