Luzon Bleeding Heart Dove (a.k.a. Luzon Bleeding Heart Pigeon)
Gallicolumba luzonica

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Range and habitat:
The Luzon bleeding heart dove is native to the forests of the Philippines.

Natural diet:
These birds feeds on seeds, fallen berries and insects on the forest floor.

Size / weight range:
Luzon bleeding heart doves can grow to be 30 centimeters (approximately 10 inches) long and weigh 184 grams.

Interesting Fact:
The Luzon bleeding heart dove gets its name from the bright red spot on its chest. The species is listed as near-threatened.

Location at The Toledo Zoo:
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