Mourning Dove

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Mourning Dove: for more photos, see Sitka Nature Photo Gallery for Zenaida macroura
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SE Alaska (edit) VR VR R + -
Yakutat (edit) - - VR - -
Skagway (edit) - - + - -
Haines (edit) R - R - -
Glacier Bay (edit) - + VR - -
Juneau (edit) VR VR R - -
Sitka (edit) VR + R + -
Stikine (edit)
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Mourning Dove (Zenaida macroura):

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|Summary=Rare in fall migration, Accidental in winter and spring. |occurence plot=Mourning.Dove.png |nonbreeding habitat=Residential, Disturbed |spring=Very Rare |summer=- |fall=Rare |winter=Rare |breeding=Not expected to breed |other locations=Eagle Way, Alice Island, Blue Lake Road, Totem Park |webster=Migrant; rare in spring, and scarce in fall. The only spring record was by E. M. Goddard—he saw one in May and June (year unspecified; Gabriel son and Lincoln 1959). Frank Dufresne saw one in July 1938 (Gabrielson and Lincoln 1959). Extreme dates otherwise are 9 September 1940 (I saw one) to 29 November 2001 (Ward and Tedin saw one, Tobish 2002). }}