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N 104 B 514 C 99 E Jan 10, 2020 F Jan 21, 2020
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Bewick Swans "Cygnus columbianus"

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N 14 B 71 C 0 E Dec 29, 2019 F Jan 14, 2020
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Kookaburra pair in afternoon light; Copacabana beach, Central Coast, NSW

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N 20 B 170 C 0 E Dec 30, 2019 F Jan 14, 2020
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Juvenile Little Wattlebird prepares to take flight; Copacabana beach, Central Coast, NSW

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N 18 B 83 C 0 E Dec 28, 2019 F Jan 21, 2020
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Kookaburra giving me the inquisitive-eye; Copacabana Beach, Central Coast, NSW.

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N 99 B 965 C 44 E Jan 15, 2020 F Jan 20, 2020
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The white-winged dove is predominantly a bird of southwestern states and Texas. It also occurs in Florida and some of the Gulf states. Most of the global population occurs throughout Mexico and Central America as well as the West Indies. The American population often migrates south of the border in September and returns in March. Some remain in suburban areas throughout the winter.

The white-winged dove is a common resident in arid regions with dense thickets, saguaro cacti, mesquite groves, chaparral, open oak woodlands, or riverine forests. Yet they also occur in human-altered areas like open farmlands, citrus groves, tree plantations, and cities.

The increase in agricultural areas and suburban ornamental trees in the south seem to have provided additional habitat for the white-winged dove further north than its historic breeding range. While doves in the Sonoran desert meet much of their water needs by feeding on the saguaro cactus, water features are a critical habitat element for the white-winged dove in other arid regions.

I found this one in my Backyard in Lake Wales, Florida.

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