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15 Aug 2020 Baldwin co AL pine flatwoods in process of restoration/recovery from invasive grasses & broadleafs.  

Awful pics, I know, but hoping someone can confirm.  The bird was tiny & solitary.  The spots on the wing coverts were more like smudgey lines and it did have a scaly look to the breast.  We also had been hearing its call.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, HamRHead said:

I agree with Mourning Dove. Common Ground-doves are more compact. Also, young mourning doves can look pretty scaly. That doesn't mean you didn't hear a Common Ground-dove nearby. Am I correct in assuming that it would be rare?

Thank you both for your help.  Common Ground Doves aren't rare here, HamRHead...just to me.  😄  

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