Somali Pigeon

Its natural habitat is temperate grassland.

The Somali Pigeon is classified as Data Deficient (DD), inadequate information to make a direct, or indirect, assessment of its risk of extinction.

of the Arnhem Land of Australia, the Somali Pigeon is restricted to a tiny area of northern Somalia, and Bare-eyed Ground-dove is restricted to the area around Salta and Tucuman in northern Argentina. 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. More

The Somali Pigeon (Columba oliviae) is a species of bird in the Columbidae family. It is endemic to Somalia. Its natural habitat is temperate grassland. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Columba oliviae. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 24 July 2007. Stub icon This Columbiformes-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. More

The Somali Pigeon (Columba oliviae) is a species of bird in ... Somali Fiscal * Somali Fiscal - * The Somali Fiscal (Lanius somalicus) is a species of bird in... More

this may affect the Somali Pigeon remains to be seen. No other threats are known. Conservation measures underway None is known. Conservation measures proposed Survey and monitor populations in suitable habitat within known range. Study breeding ecology and possible threats (including that posed by C. guinea). References Collar and Stuart (1985). 1. Ash and Miskell (1998). 2. J. S. Ash in litt. (1999). 3. Baptista et al. (1997). 4. J. Miskell in litt. 2006. More

Somali Pigeon Columba oliviae Somali Pigeon Columba oliviae Distribution map for Somali Pigeon, range 70.006 Somali Pigeon IOC v2.4: 1822 Links will open countrypage in new window - British Somaliland 15.09. More

Order : Columbiformes
Family : Columbidae
Genus : Columba
Species : oliviae
Authority : Clarke, 1918