The bleeding-heart doves are several species in the genus Gallicolumba, a genus of ground-doves, that have plumage patterns in red on their chests that look like bleeding wounds--hence the name. Sexes are nondimorphic, so they both have the patterns. They hail from
Negros Bleeding-Heart, Gallicolumba keayi
Mindanao Bleeding-Heart, Gallicolumba criniger
Luzon Bleeding-Heart, Gallicolumba luzonica, regarded as having the most realistic "wound" markings, also the one most likely to be simply called "Bleeding-Heart Dove"