Pale-vented Pigeon

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Pale-vented Pigeon

The Pale-vented Pigeon (Patagioenas cayennensis) lives from the Southside of Mexico to the Southwest part of Ecuador and the North part of Argentina. They live in humid lowlands of the Caribbean and Pacific Coast. Alone or in small groups, this vertebrate reside in closed forest, in coconut palm plantations, mangroves and in river margins.

Characterized by its pale crissum, with whitish throat, slate-gray head and its bill and cere black. This bird feeds on berries of trees and shrubs like Trema and Melastomes.

Common Name: Pale-vented Pigeon
Scientific Name: Patagioenas cayennensis
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