Did you know that Eurasian collared-doves are invasive in North America?
Eurasian collared-doves are small, gray birds with small heads, long tails, and a long crescent on the back of their necks.
Least Concern - Population Increasing-
Cities, farmlands, fields, and towns
Eurasian collared-doves build nests in trees or buildings out of feathers, grass, string, twigs, wires, and wool.
Berries, grains, insects, and seeds
Eurasian collared-doves forage on the ground.
Eurasian collared-doves are often confused with mourning doves because they are both gray.
Eurasian collared-doves have black collars around their necks. Mourning doves have pointy tails when perched.