Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps indica), resting in a tree. Also known as Green Dove & Green-winged Pigeon. Found in tropical rainforests & woodlands of coastal Nth & East Australia, Norfolk, Lord Howe & Christmas Islands. Also Pakistan, Sri Lanka & Indonesia.
Common Emerald Dove, state bird of Indian State, Tamil Nadu
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Green-winged doves are either found solitary or in pairs. They have a tendency to be shy, so despite their commonality, they are rarely seen. These birds spend very little time up in the trees, usually reserved for roosting.
Turtur chalcospilo Photo by Johann Grobelaar ( Biodiversity Explorer ) Common name: emerald-spotted wood dove (en) ;
Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps indica) native to the Indian Subcontinent. Thailand, Indonesia and Australia
Palomita esmeralda dorsiverde o palomita esmeralda verde - Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps Indica)
Emerald-spotted Wood Dove (Turtur chalcospilos) Бронзовопятнистая лесная горлица
Emerald Dove (Chalcophaps indica) - Green-winged Doves or Emerald Doves are either found solitary or in pairs. They have a tendency to be shy, so despite their commonality, they are rarely seen. These birds spend very little time up in the trees, usually reserved for roosting. As with all other pigeons and doves, the green-winged dove produces crop milk. When the chicks are born, they poke their bills into the parent’s throat and drink it. This proves to be a great advantage as parents do…
The emerald-spotted wood dove is a pigeon which is a widespread and often abundant resident breeding bird in eastern Africa from Ethiopia to South Africa. Wikipedia Scientific name: Turtur chalcospilos Rank: Species Higher classification: Turtur