Palawan Island in SW Philippines.
Seeds, grains, nuts, fruit, leaves, roots, insects, worms and slugs
Incubation: 18-20 days / 2 eggs
Social structure: pairs or small groups
Weight: male 436g, female 322g
Dimensions: male 50cm, female 40cm
Estimated population in the wild: 20,000-50,000
Threats: Habitat destruction due to logging and mining, hunting for food or the animal trade.
IUCN Status: Vulnerable
Did you know that:
In contrast with the male's lustrous colours and striking ocelli which are used to attract their mate during an elaborate courtship ritual, the female has brown plumage, with scattered buff markings, which helps her camouflage and conceal while she incubates her eggs and brood her young.