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  Treron vernans
  Family Name : Columbidae

  Taxonomic Group : Vertebrates (Bird)

  Common Names : Pink-necked Green Pigeon, Pink-necked Pigeon

Pink-necked Green Pigeon,Pink-necked Pigeon
  • Description
    • Description :
      Males are distinctly coloured, with a grey face and throat; light purple neck and breast; orange lower breast; light green belly and dark green upperparts. Females are uniformly green. Both male and female have yellow wing bars.
  • Ecology, Habitat & Location
    • Ecological Notes :
      Both male and female are involved in the incubation of eggs and care of young chicks.

      Found commonly in wooded as well as urban habitats, sometimes flocks of twenty gathering on fruiting trees. Likes to perch high on trees but also comes down when feeding on small fruits along roads.  
      Associated Flora :
      These birds are attracted to fruits and buds of mature trees, and tend to be found in large numbers when figs on fig trees ripen.
      Habitats :
      Parks & Gardens, Urban
      Parks & Gardens :
      West Coast Park
  • Status
    • Species Status :
      Conservation Status :
  • References
    • Briffett, C. 1986. A Guide to the Common Birds of Singapore. Singapore: Singapore Science Centre. 160pp 
      Strange, S. & Jeyarajasingam, A. 1993. Birds: A photographic guide to the birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore: Sun Tree Publishing (S'pore) Pte Ltd. 258pp 
      Wee Y.C. 2005. Forging a closer relationship with Pink-necked Green-pigeons. Nature Watch. 13. 16-21 

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