Omnivore. Acorns, berries, flower buds, leaves and other plant materials, earthworms, millipedes, termites and other insects.
Habitat: Mountainous forests.
Incubation: 25 days / 4-8 eggs
Social structure: Pairs or small family groups
Dimensions: male 79cm, female 50cm
Estimated population in the wild: 5,000-10,000
Threats: Deforestation outside protected areas.
IUCN Status: Near Threatened
Did you know that:
The bird was named after the British naturalist Robert Swinhoe, who first described the species in 1862.