Zebra dove

The native range of the species extends from Southern Thailand, Tenasserim and Peninsular Malaysia to the Indonesian islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali and Lombok. It may also be native in the Philippines.

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The Zebra dove is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The series on the Zebra Dove has been incorporated into the publication below and as such Zebra Dove 1-19 have been deleted: Wee, Y. C. & L. K. Wang 2008. Breeding behaviour of the zebra dove, Geopelia striata (Linnaeus, 1766). Nature in Singapore 1: 75-80. A PDF copy is available HERE. ————————————————————————————————————————- Related Posts: * Breeding ecology of the Little Tern The series on the Breeding Ecology of the Little... More

The Zebra Dove has been widely introduced around the world. The largest range of any species is that of the Rock Pigeon (formerly Rock Dove). The species had a large natural distribution from Britain and Ireland to northern Africa, across Europe, Arabia, Central Asia, India, the Himalayas and up into China and Mongolia. The range of the species increased dramatically upon domestication as the species went feral in cities around the world. More

The Zebra Dove Geopelia striata, also known as Barred Ground Dove, is a bird of the dove family Columbidae, native to South-east Asia. It is closely related to the Peaceful Dove of Australia and New Guinea and the Barred Dove of eastern Indonesia. These two were classified as subspecies of the Zebra Dove until recently and the names Peaceful Dove and Barred Dove were often applied to the whole species. More

Zebra Dove: Forages alone or in pairs on roads, bare ground, and short grass. Feeds on small grass and weed seeds, as well as insects and other small invertebrates. Readily Eats Bread Products, Seeds Vocalization Zebra Dove: Utters a series of "coos" Similar Species Zebra Dove: Spotted and Mourning Doves are larger and lack the barred plumage. More

Zebra Dove: Found on all the main Hawaiian islands. It inhabits open country, scrub, farmland and forests, and is also common in parks and gardens. Native to Asia. Voice Text "coo-coo-coo-coo-coo-coo" Interesting Facts * A group of doves has many collective nouns, including a "bevy", "cote", "dole", "dule", and "flight" of doves. * The Zebra Dove was introduced from Asia in 1922. More

What is a zebra dove? Pitchers of ''zebra doves''? What sound does a Zebra dove? What adaptations does a zebra dove have? ADVERTISEMENT Answer these * What chemical waste do cells produce? In: Biology • Answer it! * What percent of deaths are related to alcohol? In: Alcoholism • Answer it! * What animals eat the elephant? In: Animal Life • Answer More

The Zebra Dove is popular in captivity and many populations have appeared outside its native range due to birds escaping or being deliberately released. It can now be found in central Thailand, Laos, Hawaii (introduced in 1922), Tahiti (1950), New Caledonia, the Seychelles, the Chagos Archipelago (1960), Mauritius (before 1768), R More

The zebra dove may not be as popular as the diamond dove but it is a widely kept cage bird throughout the world. In Thailand farms exist that are devoted to raising the zebra dove to sell to people living in that country who believe that having a zebra dove in the home will bring the family good luck. Their call is so special that they have cooing contests every year in Thailand. More

The Zebra Dove is also called the Barred Dove. It was introduced from Asia in 1922. It is now one of the most abundant Birds on Kaua More

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Raising the Zebra Dove in Texas – Aviary Style = by John Pire The original article, was written in August 1987 by C. Perry and J. Pire. I have rewritten it now with the intention that the tips, observations and information contained in the article will be of help to the breeders/fanciers who have this species of dove in their bird collection but have not yet been successful in propagating them. More

Zebra Doves roost at night high in trees and seem particularly fond of roosting in coconut palms. Mangrove and wetland wildlife at Sungei Buloh Nature Park Main features: Small (20-22cm); bluish grey cheeks and eye ring; crown, nape brown; upper parts brown with small crescent-shaped black bars; underparts pinkish buff with black and white zebra-like bands; bill pale grey; feet pinkish brown. on a perch (front view) Genders look alike. More

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Pole training is a process to train zebra dove in a cage. This training use 7-9 meters tall pole. Bringing dove cage to the top of the pole to gain some good atmosphere because dove’s natures like to start a call in a top site of it's territory. When doves in nature start a display call they go to the top of the tree and start to call. When the dove goes on top of training pole they would feel active and show their territory like their nature. More

The Zebra Dove (or Barred Ground Dove) Geopelia striata, is a bird found in the Malay Peninsula, Sunda Islands and the Philippines. The Zebra Dove is popular in captivity and many populations have appeared outside its native range due to birds escaping or being deliberately released. It can now be found in central Thailand, Laos, Hawaii (introduced in 1922), Tahiti, New Caledonia, the Seychelles, the Chagos Archipelago, Mauritius, Réunion and Saint Helena. More

Zebra Doves are 20-23 centimetres in length with a wingspan of 24-26 cm. Their call is a series of soft, staccato cooing notes. In Thailand and Indonesia, the birds are popular as pets because of their calls and cooing competitions are held to find the bird with the best voice. Feeding The Zebra Dove feeds on small grass and weed seeds. They will also eat insects and other small invertebrates. More

Zebra Doves coloration camouflages them wonderfully against the ground. Zebra Doves coloration camoufl... * Peaceful Dove (Geopelia placida) Peaceful Dove (Geopelia placid... * almost missed this glimpse of the Zebra Dove almost missed this glimpse of ... More

Order : Columbiformes
Family : Columbidae
Genus : Geopelia
Species : striata
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1766)
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