Scientific Name: Gallicolumba luzonica

Found In: Indonesia & Papua New Guinea

Size: Up to 12 inches in length, 6 ounces in weight and 15 inches in wingspan

Diet: Omnivore: Feeds on the ground, eating a variety of seeds, fruits and invertebrates

Threat Level: Near Threatened – The Luzon bleeding-heart population is undergoing a moderate decline as a result of habitat loss and fragmentation, caused by deforestation for timber and the expansion of agriculture.

Facts: This bird is a secretive dove that is named for the red spot on its breast, which resembles a bleeding wound.