Collared Dove

Collared doves are now seen just about anywhere, but often around towns and villages.  They’re common visitors to gardens. This one was a victim of suburban traffic. But collared doves only came to the UK in the 1950s, after a rapid spread across Europe from the Middle East.

Photo: Collared Dove, Cambridge, March 2012

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