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inca dove

  1. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Centered in Mexico, this species has expanded its range in recent decades They are usually found around human dwellings foraging on the ground. The name "Inca" is a misnomer; they do not occur In the land of the Inca civilization in South America. However a proposal to change it to "Aztec Dove"...
  2. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca)
  3. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca)
  4. Inca Doves

    Inca Doves

    Inca Dove pair (Columbina inca)
  5. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Centered in Mexico, this species has expanded its range in recent decades They are usually found around human dwellings foraging on the ground. The name "Inca" is a misnomer they do not occur In the land of the Inca civilization in South America. They remind me of the Zebra Dove of SE Asia.
  6. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca)
  7. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Centered in Mexico, this species has expanded its range in recent decades They are usually found around human dwellings foraging on the ground. The name "Inca" appears to be a misnomer as this species does not occur In the land of the Inca civilization in Peru or Bolivia in South America. I...
  8. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca)
  9. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca)
  10. Inca Dove.jpg

    Inca Dove.jpg

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) We never made it to Alpine or Fort Davis. The day we were to leave a serious plumbing issue surfaced. Our plumbers were baffled and it took several days to diagnose the problem and several more to fix it plus we still have to get a water pump installed which still...
  11. Dove? What Dove?

    Dove? What Dove?

    Inca doves are well-camouflaged little darlings. Has anyone else noticed that there tend to be pairs of them feeding together? I've only ever seen singletons, pairs, and a couple of groups of four. This one had a friend in a nearby tree.
  12. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Centered in Mexico, this species has expanded its range in all directions in recent decades They are usually found around human dwellings foraging on the ground. This one was visiting a feeder of seed scattered on the ground. The name "Inca" appears to be a misnomer as this species does not...
  13. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove, warming in the morning sun
  14. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    These guys have been living here for the last two years and it wasn't until recently I realized they were kind of rare and kind of right on the boarder or just outside of the boarder of their mapped range.
  15. One last dove

    One last dove

    from my visit to Sabal Palm Sanctuary. Then I hopped in the car. Didn't do too well at my next stop, so I'll move on to the next day.
  16. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) Sexes similar. Sunbathing. Goose Island State Park, Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, USA. Coastal live oak/yaupon woods with openings of coastal prairie at ca. 1 m (3.3 ft) elevation. The park abuts St. Charles and Aransas Bays.
  17. Inca Dove Pair C-RICA SER 2

    Inca Dove Pair C-RICA SER 2

    A distant shot, severely cropped.
  18. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) Sexes similar. Zamora Estates, San Jose Province, Costa Rica. Grape orchard in an urban setting at 901 m (2,956 ft) elevation.
  19. Inca Doves

    Inca Doves

    Not a very good photo, but it captures my first Inca Doves (lifer #311), as they feed on seed near the feeders at Santa Ana NWR, along with an Eastern Fox Squirrel.
  20. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) Male, sexes slightly dimorphic. Scaly pattern on males more pronounced due to darker leading edges of feathers. Photographed at Rio Grande Village, Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA. Disturbed Rio Grande riparian at ca. 571 m (1,872 ft) elevation.
  21. Inca Dove (male in breeding plumage)

    Inca Dove (male in breeding plumage)

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) Sexes similar but female slightly drabber than the male. Males in breeding plumage gets varying degree of blue on the head sort of like Mourning Doves. Photographed in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA. Northern most part of the South Texas Plains Vegetational...
  22. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    Inca Dove (Columbina inca) Photographed this small long-tailed dove in Playa Hermosa, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica. Dry Tropical Forest at ca. 61 m (200 ft) above the bay.
  23. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

  24. Inca Dove

    Inca Dove

    This Inca Dove started coming to my feeders about 10 days ago. It's the first Inca Dove I've seen in my area since five years ago when I had five or six of them coming to the feeders during the winter months.
  25. Incan_Dove_1

    Incan_Dove_1

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