White-winged Dove

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White-winged Dove

The White-winged Dove (Zenaida asiatica) resides from the Southwest side of USA to Panama and in some parts of South America. Its natural place is on cacti, thorny scrub, and scattered trees, in savannas or open woodlands. Adults are 30 cm (12 inches) in height and 100g in weight.

They are brownish, with underparts and wing-linings gray, primaries dusky, bill black and legs carmine. Youngers are paler and grayer than matures. Its nest is near mangroves. It feeds on seeds.

Common Name: White-winged Dove
Scientific Name: Zenaida asiatica
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