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Collared Doves UK and Fuerteventura (1 Viewer)


Although, "at day end" when the "attention potential" has been fully milked, and yet more attention is required... it suddenly does "warrant the effort" after all 🙄
Thank you for ("finally") providing the original photos. Now we see that the bird is less saturated reddish than in the "photos originally posted" (this is not just due to increasing the brightness).
Given that it's evidently so tame, escape from captivity is on the cards - which could be reason enough for, well, "anything".

……another escape from the same cafe?
 

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More photos taken of low-grade images on a small screen. Can you please take note of, and act respectfully towards, all the many people who object to you doing this - and stop doing it? Thanks.
Post in thread 'Epping Forest-female Great Spotted Woodpecker with a seemingly red forehead?' Epping Forest-female Great Spotted Woodpecker with a seemingly red forehead?
There is a simple solution if you are so offended ... simply ignore these images/posts that cause you so much angst.
 
Having just spent the weekend in Benidorm many if not nearly all of the collared doves here were notably darker that I saw. The black collars also seemed wider to me. I have no photos as birding was not on the agenda sadly. Just an observation
 

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