Birds

Collared dove (Streptopelia decaocto)

Originally it spread throughout South Asia, but it has rapidly colonized all of Europe and North Africa naturally, also in Cuba, North America and Japan where it was introduced. It begins to be found in localized points in South America. This introduced species has adapted successfully in America and competes for the ecological niche with other local species.

Habitat:

Suburbs, farmland, forest edges, and open country. They have great adaptability. They are most common near residential areas or farmland with a combination of trees and open land, and they seem to thrive more in small towns than in large cities.

Diet:

Mainly seeds, some berries and insects; feeds on discarded grains of crops; It also eats breadcrumbs and other foods provided by humans.

Invasive species introduced to America can be found throughout the year.

 

Location:

All the property.