Anyone know what type of bird this is?! Seems simple but I don't know

by Shelbi November
(Owensboro, KY)


I would say this bird is a little on the fat side. Grey with some black spots down closer to bottom. Lighter underneath color but still a grey color. Small black beak.

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Mar 13, 2014
Common here in South Texas NEW
by: Anonymous

These are Grey Doves, They multiply like mice, guppies, rabbits!. Mate for life. I have a pair that nest in one of our hanging baskets all during the spring - late Fall. Can lay as many as 3 eggs at each incubation, and can have 6-8 batches per season. I have actually earned their trust (having to pick up the baby one's after falling out of the hanging baskets to place back in. They actually let me stroke their head(pet them) . Super aggressive eaters though they can empty a bird feeder in a matter of 2-3 days. And travel in large flocks.
Which is problematic. I do like to see several species of birds feed . Cardinals, Blue-jays, Sparrow Finches Woodpeckers, Parakeets, esp hummingbirds, (which their nector feeders are safe, of course, from other birds)..

Mar 26, 2013
pos i/d 4 your bird NEW
by: EL DIABLO [ESPANIA]

would think these pos.Turtle Doves nice pic atb el diablo from sunny spain Adios

Mar 23, 2013
THANKS! NEW
by: Anonymous

Thanks so much you all! It was driving me nuts haha.

Mar 23, 2013
AM Bird NEW
by: Harry Hill

Yes...AM Bird

Puffed up to keep warm.

Mar 23, 2013
bird ID NEW
by: AuntGiki

Mourning Dove

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