Picazuro Pigeon

Patagioenas picazuro is a brown bird with white dashes on the back of its neck and darker brown wing patterns. It is similar in appearance to the Spotted Dove.

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The Picazuro Pigeon is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

English: Picazuro Pigeon, Picazuro Wood Pigeon Spanish: Paloma de Monte, Paloma picazuro, Paloma Picazuró, Paloma turca Spanish (Argentine): Paloma picazuro, Paloma Picazuró Spanish (Paraguay): Paloma turca Spanish (Uruguay): Paloma de Monte Estonian: brasiilia tuvi Finnish: Brasiliankyyhky French: Pigeon picazuro Guarani: Pykasuro Italian: Colomba di Picazuro, Piccione picazuro Japanese: akamebato Japanese: アカメバト Latin: Columba picazuro, Patagioenas picazuro Dutch: Picazuroduif Norwegian: Picazurodue More

The Picazuro Pigeon (Patagioenas picazuro) is a common pigeon native to South America. More

The Picazuro Pigeon nests in all months of the year in southeastern Brazil. Nest material is plucked from trees or ground and carried to build a frail and transparent nest of sticks where one egg is laid. Female and male alternate in incubation and brooding and do not soil the nest with feces. Key words: nesting, behavior, Columba picazuro, Columbidae, Aves. More

The Picazuro Pigeon is found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. It has an estimated global extent of occurrence of 5,800,000 km More

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Order : Columbiformes
Family : Columbidae
Genus : Patagioenas
Species : picazuro
Authority : Temminck, 1813