Scientific Name: Treron fulvicollis
Malay Name: Punai Bakau
Chinese Name: 棕头绿鸠
Found from the Thai-Malay Peninsula to Sumatra and Borneo.
Polytypic. Subspecies are: fulvicollis, melopogenys, oberholseri, baramensis.
Local Subspecies: fulvicollis
Size: 25.5-26 cm
Distinguished from male Pink-necked Green Pigeon by the rufous-chestnut hood and maroon wings. Female resembles Thick-billed Green Pigeon but bill and eyering distinctively narrower, thigh yellowish and undertail-coverts streaked instead of barred.
Habitat: Freshwater swamp forest, coastal forest, mangroves, secondary growth and suitable wooded areas.
Behaviour/Ecology: Little is known of the behaviour of this species.
Local Status: Very rare non-breeding visitor
Conservation Status: Near Threatened (BirdLife International 2017)
- First occurrence of an Ashy-headed Green Pigeon (Treron phayrei) in Singapore (Science)
- Local extinctions of Singapore birds (Science)
Featured reports: Jun 2022
Past records, bar chart (see more bar charts):
BirdLife International. (2017). Treron fulvicollis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2017. https://dx.doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.UK.2017-1.RLTS.T22691127A110970058.en. Accessed on 19 December 2021
Robson, C. (2014). Field guide to the birds of South-East Asia (Second Edition). Bloomsbury Publishing, London.