Emperor Bird-of-paradise Male 33 cm (excluding tail wires), 250-265 g; female 31 cm. Male has most of head and upper breast iridescent oily brilliant dark green . Goldie's Bird-of-paradise Male 33 cm (excluding tail wires), one 237 g; female 29 cm. Male has lores, lower forehead, malar area, chin and throat covered with . King Bird-of-paradise Male 16 cm (31 cm inclusive of central rectrices), 43-65 g; . Lowland rainforest, monsoon forest, gallery forest and forest edge, including . Raggiana Bird-of-paradise Male 34 cm (excluding tail wires), 234-300 g; female 33 cm, 133-220 g. Male nominate race has lores, forehead, ear-coverts, malar . Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. (retrieved from https://www.hbw.com/node/61922 on 10 January 2019). IBC logo. 8 videos . Other common names: Yellow-breasted Bird-of-paradise. Taxonomy: . Habitat. Interior of middle montane forest; 600–2000 m, mainly above 1200 m. Song sweet, described as the most melodious of any Rarotonga bird species. . Undisturbed montane forest, also disturbed fringing forest, in rugged interior . 25 de set de 2013 - B. c. interior Todd, 1938 – C & E Canada and SW Greenland; winters E . the present species) over 3,000,000 birds in 1980s and. read more. Recent genetic studies suggest that this species may be sister to C. caurinus, the pair being closest to C. corone and C. pectoralis. Present species and C.