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Nicobar Pigeon

Winston D. Munnings

Joined September 2010

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[Photo No. B-823]

  1. © Winston D. Munnings (Matted Print). Notwithstanding the actual print size, this image will be placed between two layers of Matte Board (as seen below) cut to a standard 20″ × 16″ or 508mm x 406mm size ready for customized framing.

The Nicobar Pigeon (Caloenas nicobarica) is a pigeon found on small islands and in coastal regions from the Nicobar Islands, east through the Malay Archipelago, to the Solomons and Palau. It is the only living member of the genus Caloenas. This is a large pigeon, measuring 40 cm in length. The head is grey, like the upper neck plumage, which turns into green and copper hackles towards the breast. The breast and remiges are dark grey. The tail is very short and pure white. The rest of its plumage is metallic green. The cere of the dark bill forms a small blackish knob; the strong legs and feet are dull red. The irides are dark. Females are slightly smaller than males; they have a smaller bill knob, shorter hackles and browner underparts. Immature birds have a black tail and lack almost all iridescence. There is hardly any variation across the birds’ wide range. Even the Palau subspecies C. n. pelewensis has merely shorter neck hackles, but is otherwise almost identical. It is not a very vocal species, giving a low-pitched repetitive call.

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