The Laughing Dove is a long-tailed, slim pigeon. Its back, wings and tail are reddish-brown with blue-grey in the wings. In flight, the underwings are rich chestnut. The head and underparts are pinkish, shading to whitish on the lower abdomen. There is black spotting on the throat. The legs are red. Sexes are similar, but juveniles are more rufous than adults, and have reduced throat spotting. It is a common and widespread species in scrub, dry farmland and habitation over a good deal of its range, often becoming very tame. Laughing Doves eat grass, seeds, grains, other vegetation and small insects. They are fairly terrestrial, foraging on the ground in grasslands and cultivation. They are not particularly gregarious, and are usually alone, or in pairs
The Laughing Dove is a resident breeding bird in the tropics in Africa south of the Sahara, the Middle East and southern Asia east to India.
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