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Pale-vented Pigeon

Patagioenas cayennensis

Description:

Its a large pigeon found in the tropical American.

Habitat:

The Pale-vented Pigeon is common at forest edges, riverbanks, and other partially open areas with some trees. It feeds mainly on small fruits, berries and seed. This is a fairly solitary bird, but may form small flocks at drinking areas.

Notes:

Doves(?) having fun under the rain this afternoon.
Now I know its not a dove, but a pigeon.

1 species ID suggestions

Liam
Liam a year ago
Pale-vented Pigeon
Patagioenas cayennensis Pale-vented Pigeon

2 Comments

Carolina
Carolina a year ago

Thank you, Liam! And sorry for my late response!!

Liam
Liam a year ago

It's a Pigeon of the genus Patagioenas, it's extremely hard to tell from these photos since the birds aren't portraying typical plumage, but I highly suspect Pale-vented Pigeon, Patagioenas cayennensis, based on the seemingly light-colored underparts.

Risaralda, Colombia

Lat: 4.80, Long: -75.69

Spotted on Jul 3, 2012
Submitted on Jul 3, 2012

Reference

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