The pink-necked green pigeon (Treron vernans) is a bird of the Columbidae family.
The origin of the pink-necked green pigeon is found in Cambodia, Indonesia, Brunei, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical mangrove forests, and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
The Pink-necked Green pigeon male is a beautiful bird with a pink neck. The female is duller.
The Pink-necked Green Pigeon is not especially vocal but most frequently in morning and evening at communal roost.
Breeding Pink-necked Green Pigeon:
The male and female help in to build the nest which is usually built in a tree or shrub. The male gathers the nest materials while the female builds the nest. Both sexes help in incubation and brooding. The clutch of two eggs takes about 17 days to hatch. Fledging takes place at about 10 days old.
The Pink-Necked Green Pigeon loves the trees and as such spends most of their time high in the canopy. They typically only hang out on the ground when they are thirsty or are looking for some tasty berries
Diet for Pink-necked Green Pigeon:
These pigeons are mostly frugivorous which includes figs.