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Pied imperial pigeon


These birds primarily live in coastal forests on small islands in Southeast Asia. On occasion, they will travel to the mainland in order to forage for food, as well as to breed. They travel in flocks of ten or more and can often be found perched high up in trees, or telephone wires in more suburban areas.

  • Conservation StatusLeast Concern
  • Life spanaround 20 years
  • Body size18 in. tall
  • Native habitat Forests, shrublands, and rocky areas of Southeast Asia
  • DietSeeds, grains, and fruit
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