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African Olive Pigeon
Alternative name: Rameron Pigeon
Female: very similar but somewhat duller
Mountain shrubland, second growth and clearings, and in tall trees close to cultivated land.
Occurs in groups (occasionally in sizeable flocks)
It builds a large stick nest and 1 white eggs is laid and incubated for 17-20 days; the young fledge in another 20 days.
The diet includes fruit and berries, and some insects and caterpillars.
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