Rose-crowned fruit-dove Print for Sale 6259
Rose-crowned Fruit-Doves congregate in large groups in rainforest trees bearing abundant fruit, but they are usually seen singly or in twos.
Sometimes they associate with other species of fruit-eating species of birds. They usually forage in the canopy of rainforest trees,
clambering about among the leaves of the outer branches to pluck ripe fruit, sometimes hanging upside down to reach it.
They prefer to eat black-purple fruits. Despite their bright plumage, when foraging they are often surprisingly difficult to see among the foliage.