Speckled wood pigeon
In Thai: นกพิราบป่าอกลาย, nok phiraab paa ok lai
Binomial name: Columba hodgsonii, Nicholas Aylward Vigors, 1832
The speckled wood pigeon (Columba hodgsonii) is a medium-sized pigeon of the family Columbidae which lives in montane forests of Kashmir to Northeast India, eastern Tibet, central China, Yunnan and Myanmar.
The upper body of the speckled wood pigeon is maroon-brown except for its neck, which, like many pigeons, is iridescent. Its lower body features the speckles which give it its name. The bird is 38 centimeters in length.
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- Columba hodgsonii
- Speckled woodpigeon
- Speckled wood pigeon
- Speckled wood-pigeon
- Thai: นกพิราบป่าอกลาย, nok phiraab paa ok lai
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)