African Olive Pigeon
© Jill Adams
African Olive PigeonColumba arquatrix Geelbekbosduif Oliventaube
© Chris Krog
© Awie Badenhorst
African Olive Pigeon eating mud/soil. They apparently do this to counteract toxins in the berries (Bugweed) they eat. The coalin in the soil binds the toxins.
Saddleback Pass, Barberton © Stewart Matheson
Speckled Pigeon Overview