Category Archives: Eurasian Collared Dove

Doves, Cardinals, and Hummingbirds In The Birdstream

The disappearing bird stream I built is really starting to attract some visitors.  In these 4 video clips, you’ll see several Cardinals taking a bird bath, some Eurasian Collared Doves bathing and drinking, and at the end, if you look towards the back of the video where the Hummingbird feeder is located, you’ll see a […]

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Birds And Butterflies Update

I apologize for not providing any pictures or updates as of late.  I’ll try and take and post new pictures tomorrow. Despite the lack of pictures, I can give everyone a verbal update. The Purple Martin babies (the original 5) all seemed to have fledged now.  There are probably 20 Martins flying around every night.  […]

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A Comparison Of Doves With A Flower

Didn’t get too much time to shoot this afternoon, but did get a couple of decent shots of 2 different type Doves we have feeding in our backyard. The first is the Eurasian Collared Dove.  I’ve also heard people call this the Ring Neck Dove. These birds are not native to the US, they were […]

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Eurasian Dove With Red Eyes

Yesterday I decided to pull out my One Man Chair Blind and see if I could get any new bird pictures.  It was towards the evening so the light wasn’t the best, but I did manage to capture this Eurasian Collared Dove.  I never noticed just how red their eyes are. Since this is a […]

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Two Types Of Doves

Another new image of something I’ve never been able to get a picture of.  It’s a Eurasian Collared Dove.  It’s somewhat of a rare Dove for Houston, and it’s non-native. Here’s the Eurasian Collared Dove.  It’s quite a bit larger than the Mourning Dove and it also has that ring around its neck. Here’s a […]

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