Red-billed Brush-turkeys, also known as Red-billed Talegallas or Cuvier’s Brush-turkeys
The Red-billed Brush-turkey (Talegalla cuvieri) – also known as Red-billed Talegalla or Cuvier’s Brush-turkey – inhabits lowland forests on Vogelkop Peninsula, western Snow Mountains, and Misool Island of West Papua in Indonesia.
The Red-billed Brush-turkey measures up to 57cm in length. The plumage is black. The bare face is yellow. The bill is orange-reddish, and the feet are orange.
The head is covered with bristle-like black feathers.
Males and females look alike.
Nesting / Breeding
Red-billed Brush-turkey constructs its nest mound out of sticks and leaves.