White-winged Doves increasing in Nebraska

July 22, 2014 Joel Jorgensen

In the 1994, a bird species was documented in Nebraska for the first time.  Additions to Nebraska’s official state list are always exciting.  However, this occurrence was not a surprise because the species, the White-winged Dove, had been increasing in numbers and expanding its range for some time.  White-winged Doves were at one time only ...

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