The Inca dove or Mexican dove is a small New World dove. The species was first described by French surgeon and naturalist René Lesson in 1847. It reaches a length of 16.5–23 cm and weighss 30–58 g. It is a slender species, with a gray-brown body covered in feathers that resemble a scaled pattern. Wikipedia
Mass: 30 – 58 g Encyclopedia of Life

Scientific name: Columbina inca

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