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  • Debbie Zollo

    Victoria Crowned Pigeon |It is found on the mainland of New Guinea. The name commemorates the British monarch, Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.| |Photo by ~torimages~ September 19 2008|

  • Morgan Spoon

    Victoria Crowned Pigeon #bird #blue #animals

  • Annie Ryan

    Victoria Crowned Pigeon beautiful bird

  • Lucy Wiley

    The Victoria crowned pigeon (Goura victoria) is a large, bluish-grey pigeon with elegant blue lace-like crests, maroon breast and red iris. It is part of a genus of three unique very large, ground-dwelling pigeons native to the New Guinea region. The bird may be easily recognized by the unique white tips on its crests and by its deep 'whooping' sounds made while calling. Its name commemorates the British monarch Queen Victoria.

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