Bruijn's Brush-turkey, Aepypodius bruijnii is a large, approximately 43cm long, brownish-black megapode with a bare red facial skin, red comb, maroon rump and chestnut brown below. There are two elongated red wattles on the back of the head and a long wattle on the foreneck. Both sexes are similar. The female has smaller comb and no wattles.
An Indonesian endemic, Bruijn's Brush-turkey occurs in mountain forests on Waigeo Island of West Papua.
Previously known from less than twenty-five specimens, this little known species was relocated in 2002. The name commemorates the Dutch merchant Anton August Bruijn.
This bird is threatened by hunting, ongoing habitat loss, small population size and a limited range. It was formerly classified as a Vulnerable species by the IUCN. But new research has shown it to be rarer than it was believed. Consequently, it is uplisted to Endangered status in 2008.