Jambu Fruit Dove

Ptilinopus jambu

Difficult to spot its green feathers among the foliage, the Jambu fruit dove’s soft cooing gives it away. Generally solitary or in pairs, a flock of doves will gather together at a fruiting tree to feed. They pluck fruits directly from the tree or feast on fruits knocked to the ground by monkeys and hornbills.

Fact File

Species @ Risk Image
where to see themWhere to see them: World of the Insect
lengthLength: 9 in
weightWeight: 1.5 oz
habitatHabitat: Rainforest and swamp
dietDiet: Fruit
exclamationRisk Status: Species at Risk (IUCN—Lower risk/near threatened)