This morning I picked up the body of a juvenile Jambu Fruit Dove (Ptilinopus jambu) from the United World College Southeast Asia Dover campus. As far as pigeons go this is one of the most beautiful in Singapore, and one of the more elusive migrants to find. Although the primary cause of death is likely to be the highly reflective glass on the second floor of the biology building, additional secondary injuries on the neck and breast suggest that it may have been attacked by a predator such as a goshawk (Accipiter sp.) as well.
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