Scientific Name: Ducula aenea
Malay Name: Pergam Daun Biasa
Chinese Name: 绿皇鸠
Found from the Indian subcontinent to southern China and Southeast Asia.
Polytypic. Subspecies are: sylvatica, pusilla, andamanica, consobrina, oenothorax, polia, palawanensis, fugaensis, nuchalis, aenea, intermedia, paulina.
Local Subspecies: polia
Size: 42-47 cm
Adult has dark metallic green mantle and wings with vinous-tinged pale grey head, neck and underparts. Juvenile looks duller than adult.
Habitat: Forests, mangroves, wooded areas and parks.
Behaviour/Ecology: Gregarious and mostly sighted at coastal wooded areas with fruiting palms.
Local Status: Rare resident
Conservation Status: Least Concern (BirdLife International 2016)
Location: Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin, Changi Point, Changi Business Park, Loyang Way and Pasir Ris Park.
BirdLife International. (2016). Ducula aenea. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2016. Downloaded on 2 September 2021
Robson, C. (2008). A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia. New Holland Publishers.