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white dove discovered by sam (#8949)

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Sighting Info

Observed: August 19, 2016 @ 2:45 PM
Posted on: October 24, 2016 @ 10:00 PM (diff: 66 days)
Comments:
they look like pigeons.. they must be domestic.. didn't see any like that before. there were about 30-50 . any ids??

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By Frank on 10/25/2016 8:26:32 AM

White Doves, Sam. Often seen as the Dove of Peace.
They used to be popular with some old homes in the UK where they were kept in what they called a dovecote, mainly just as pet birds, they were generally approachable and easily handed. It looks like those were being raised where they were.

By sam on 10/25/2016 10:35:25 PM

thanks, FRANK. i will enter that ID.

By frank on 3/7/2021 5:14:19 PM

i seen a bird today all white the only bird i can think of is a dove but i dint think there were any doves in nl.

By Nichole on 7/3/2021 7:58:58 PM

I look out in my backyard Canada Day & seen a white bird? As I thought their were no doves in NL I thought it was my first time seeing a white crow? Interesting thou... I wonder does it mean anything :) A good thing I hope :)

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