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PIED IMPERIAL-PIGEON (Ducula bicolor)
Biodiversity > Birds > Rare visitors and vagrants

Vagrant. The single record of the Pied Imperial-Pigeon was overlooked by Hindwood. A bird was shot on Lord Howe Island by the collector, Roy Bell on 14 October 1913 (Bruce 1976; AMNH specimen 611383). Bell was told by Island residents that this bird had been present for approximately four years.

 
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