National Geographic : 1944 Jun
The National Geographic Magazine Mourning Doves Are Often Mistaken for Their Larger, Extinct Cousin, the Passenger Pigeon These familiar Doves are found throughout the United States, southern Canada, and Mexico. Mourning Doves are frequently seen along highways, and in fall are hunted as game birds by sportsmen. © National Geographic Society Kodachromes by Arthur A. Allen A Florida Ground Dove Builds Its Home in a Jasmine Vine But the-fragrance is doubtless wasted, for birds have little sense of smell. Florida Ground Doves are not much larger than Sparrows; yet, with their mincing steps, small heads, and chunky bodies, they are typical Doves.