Range. - Mexico and Central America north to southern Texas.
Slightly larger than the last, much paler below, with no black ear mark as in the two preceding species, and with the forehead whitish. They build their nests of sticks, grasses and weeds, and place them in tangled vines and thickets a few feet from the ground. Their two eggs, which are laid in May and June, have a creamy white or buffy color. Size 1.15 x .85. They canot be called a common species within our borders.
White-fronted Dove. White-winged Dove.