The Egyptian Swift ( Ägyptischer Segler )

Black Gold Neck Egyptian Swift
Its a origin of Egypt hence the name Egyptian Swift .This variety of the domestic pigeon has its name from the Swift, or Hawk Swallow, on account of its abnormally long flight feathers. Though a bird of ordinary size, it has the appearance of being larger than it is, from the fact of its feathers being long and loose.In this respect it resembles other kinds, such as the Trumpeter and Jacobin. The scapular feathers, on account of their length incline downwards. Both the flight and tail feathers are excessively long, the former being carried crossed above the latter,and measuring up to 32 inch tip to tip.These birds have a relatively low station and stand upright upon short legs. Compared to its body the Egyptian pigeon has a relatively smaller and articulate head fitted with a small beak.

Tooth-billed Pigeon

The Tooth-billed Pigeon is endemic to Samoa ,also known as Samoan Pigeon,This is the national bird of its home country,current IUCN Red List category is Endangered 

Christmas Island Imperial Pigeon

Ducula whartoni that is the binomial name of Christmas Imperial Pigeon,its an endemic to Christmas Island in the eastern Indian Ocean. This species has been down listed to Near Threatened because although it has a very restricted range and its population may be moderately small, the population is estimated to be stable despite the presence of several invasive species and there is not thought to be any plausible threat which is likely to cause rapid future declines.