Common Ground-Dove

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Common Ground-Dove

The Common Ground-Dove (Columbina passerina) inhabits the southern United States, parts of Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America. The bird spends the majority of its time on the ground walking but still has the capacity to fly and it is also called Scaly-breasted Ground-Dove. The measures are 16 cm (6 inches) in heights and 40 g in weights.
It has a yellow beak with a black tip. Feathers surrounding the beak are pink in color. The tail feathers are very short and similar color to the back. The plumage on the back of the bird is brown.

Common Name: Common Ground-Dove
Scientific Name: Columbina passerina
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