The Pink-headed Fruit Dove is a resident breeding endemic bird in Indonesia where it occurs in the mountain forests of Sumatra, Java and Bali at altitudes of 1000–2200 m. It builds a flimsy nest in a tree and lays one or sometimes two white eggs which are incubated for 20 days to hatching, with a further 15–16 days to fledging. It is a shy and inconspicuous species, generally seen singly or in pairs. This dove feeds on figs, small fruit and berries.
im heading over to Petbarn tomorrow for a sausage sizzle fundraiser for Arctic Breed Rescue and il be bringing my foster kid Sir Braxton if your in Sydney then come on over. For more on ABR head to their page http://www.abrinc.org.au/
Have you Seen ONYX, a Missing African Grey Parrot, Lost at Canberra Road? Name of pet: Onyx Breed: African Grey Color: Grey feathers with red tail Age: 4 Months old Size: 30cm from head to tail Date Lost: 25 April 2015 Place Lost: Canberra Road Blk 350A Distinct features: Has a black ring on its leg with ID number: ABR 111 283 Contact person: Mary, tel 94602581, Maryswy93@gmail.com Photos and details at http://missing.sg/onyx1