Pied Imperial Pigeon
These pigeons can be up to 42 cm. They are nomadic and are sporadically found in all islands around Borneo. They can even fly to mainland to feed and return to the island to roost. They are actually white and black (the yellow tone in the picture is due to the tree shadow). Lankayan Island, Sabah.
The pied imperial pigeon is a relatively large, pied species of pigeon. It is found in forest, woodland, mangrove, plantations and scrub in Southeast Asia, ranging from Myanmar and Thailand south to Java and east to the Philippines and the Bird's Head Peninsula in New Guinea. It is mainly found on small islands and in coastal regions. It remains locally common, and is therefore considered to be of least concern by BirdLife International and IUCN.