Did you know?
The Luzon bleeding-heart is distinguished by the very noticeable red patch on its white breast that looks like a bleeding heart (hence its name). This red patch is used to impress during the courtship display, when the males show it off to the females by putting their tales down and sticking their breasts out.
|Classification||Order: columbiformes; family: columbidae|
|Diet||Seeds, berries, insects and worms|
|Habitat||Primary and secondary forests – spends most of the time on the ground.|
|Reproduction||lncubation: 17 days; 2 eggs|