Red-billed Pigeon

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Red-billed Pigeon

The Red-billed Pigeon (Patagioenas flavirostris) inhabits from the Southwest part of Mexico and South Texas to Costa Rica. Ranges up to 2100 m, in agricultural areas or woods. Its size is of 30 cm (12 inches) and its weight is 230 g.

Its bill is ivory-white to pale pink with a rose-pink base and cere. The legs are magenta and eyes are red. The head, neck and breast are purple, and the back is dark brownish-gray. This feathered creature feeds on berries, acorns and buds.

Common Name: Red-billed Pigeon
Scientific Name: Patagioenas flavirostris
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