|Range||Philippines where it is found on the islands of Negros and Panay.|
The Negros bleeding-heart (Gallicolumba keayi), is a species of dove endemic to the Philippines where it is found on the islands of Negros and Panay. This species has an extremely small, severely fragmented population. Continuing rates of forest loss on the two islands where it occurs suggest that it will continue to decline, thereby qualifying it as critically endangered.
25 cm (10-in) total length. Ground-feeder but roosts and nests on bushes or vines; seen in pairs in a flock. Birds with enlarged gonads recorded in April and May and a recent fledgling obtained on May 3. Nest and eggs are undescribed.
Primary and secondary forest. It is threatsended by hunting and habitat loss