Columbidae bird. This species is the domestic pigeon. Escaped domestic pigeons have increased feral populations globally.

Rock Pigeon

The spotted dove is a tiny, long-tailed pigeon that breeds in India and Southeast Asia. The species has been introduced worldwide, leading to feral populations.

Spotted Dove

The Eurasian collared dove was brought to Japan, North America, and Caribbean islands. Given its worldwide reach and growing population,

Eurasian Collared-Dove

Inca doves are little New World doves. René Lesson described the species in 1847. 16.5–23 cm long, 30–58 g. The Inca dove has a 28.5-32 cm wingspan.

Inca Dove

The common ground dove lives in the southern U.S., Central America, the Caribbean, and northern South America. It's the smallest U.S. dove.

Common Ground-Dove

The white-winged dove is endemic to the Southwestern U.S., Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. Their white wing edges separate them from other doves.

White-winged Dove

Mourning doves are Columbidae. The species was originally called the Carolina pigeon and Carolina turtledove.

Mourning Dove

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