Very large black-and-white forest pigeon, found as singles or small groups in large fruiting trees beside sandstone escarpments in the Kakadu National Park region of the Northern Territory. Generally hard to find. Yellowish-white head and chest, black breast band, gray belly, dark gray back and wings, and pale tip to blackish tail. Compare Torresian Imperial-Pigeon, an almost entirely white bird, with the exception of black outer wing and black tail tip. Loud, slow, repeated booming call.