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Ring-necked Dove
I found this little beauty outside our house and it came out of nowhere. I was lucky enough to grab a few shots before it flew away. We mostly have laughing doves in our area, but never seen any such dove around here. It would be nice if someone can ID it.
Habitat
KP
Location
Pakistan
Date taken
17/8/2015
Scientific name
Streptopelia capicola
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Excellent capture of this delightful Dove BW, love all the Dove species, sorry cannot help with ID. Tfs.
 
it sure looks adorable, with those delicate colours, and a wonderful photo, love it, many tfs!!
can't help you with the ID, sorry.
 
A charming portrait with a lovely pose, BW.
 
very beautiful capture thanks so much, looks to me like a very pale collared dove.
 
a great dove capture but i`m sorry i cannot id it for you...many thanks....
 
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One of the Ring-necked/Collared Doves I assume. Certainly leucistic, maybe an escaped captive bird. Gorgeous close-up of this stunner. Exquisite BW!
 

Media information

Category
Asia, Australia & Pacific Islands
Added by
Bird Whisperer
Date added
View count
102
Comment count
10

Image metadata

Device
Canon Canon PowerShot SX50 HS
Aperture
ƒ/5.6
Focal length
74.6 mm
Exposure time
1/100 second(s)
ISO
160
Flash
Off, did not fire
Filename
white dove.JPG
File size
2.6 MB
Date taken
Mon, 17 August 2015 1:01 AM
Dimensions
3571px x 2566px

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