This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Carver Ranches, Florida
Palm Shores, Florida
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Elephant Butte, New Mexico
Las Cruces, New Mexico
Los Alamos, New Mexico
El Paso, Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Hill Country Village, Texas
|Neutral ||NM_Jane ||On Jan 1, 2009, NM_Jane from Las Cruces, NM wrote:
They are peaceful birds and their gental cooing is relaxing. On the other hand, they tend to overpopulate in my area (New Mexico) making most people regard them as pests.
Note: The photo showing the speckled back is NOT a white-winged dove ... it is a mourning dove. Both of these types of doves are frequently seen together. The white-winged dove has a distinctive white bar at the base of the wing (not found on the mourning dove). Likewise, the white-wing dove does not have a speckled back (found on the mourning dove). As a 3rd distinguishing characteristic, the mourning dove is more gray colored; whereas, the mourning dove's chest is a bit on rusty colored side.
Moved to Mourning Dove - Resin
|Neutral ||Mar_isa ||On May 9, 2009, Mar_isa from San Antonio, TX
(Zone 8b) wrote:
Thank you for the comment. I am not sure how to move it to Mourning Dove, which is what I intended --just been a few days in the site.
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