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Inca doves

Columbina inca


I first spotted an inca dove at High Island, Texas. Had never seen one before. This morning two little inca doves flew down on the concrete slab at our campsite in Louisiana. I watched as they scooted themselves together as close as they could get. So very very cute. So loving. They stayed there for a few minutes and then were off. I will always remember those little doves. A wonderful happy spotting.


This pair of inca doves were spotted at Frenchman's Wilderness Campground in Butte La Rose, Louisiana.

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Jellis 5 years ago

It's a large lake in southern California near Palm Springs. Well known birding spot. 5 years ago

Thanks Jellis. Where is the Salton Sea? Hope you get to see inca doves too and hope it is a loving couple like these two.

Jellis 5 years ago

Beautiful. I am hoping to see one on my trip to the Salton Sea. There was one reported there but haven't seen any recent reports. 5 years ago

Thanks for wonderful comments

outsidegirl0 5 years ago

that is a awsome photo! this should be the spotting of the day! :D

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 5 years ago

That could be a Valentine's card! So very sweet!

MIAH 5 years ago

That's soooo cute !!!
fab picture.
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Louisiana, USA

Lat: 29.90, Long: -91.91

Spotted on Mar 5, 2014
Submitted on Mar 5, 2014

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