Mourning Dove

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Mourning Dove (b. Humishima or Christine Quintasket)

(1888–1936) Okanogan/Colville writer, activist; born in Bonner's Ferry, Ida. A migrant worker in Washington most of her adult life, she wrote one of the few early novels by a Native American woman, Cogewea, the Half-Blood (1927), as well as Coyote Stories (1933). She also cofounded the Colville Indian Council (1930) and in 1935 became the first woman elected to the Colville Tribal Council.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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The Mourning dove (Zenaida macroura L.) is an abundant species ranging from the south of Canada and United States to the south of Mexico and West Indies (Antilles).
Hayslette (2006) and Poling and Hayslette (2006) reported a high degree of dietary overlap between the Collared dove (Streptopelia decaoto) and the Mourning dove (Zenaida macroura).
Historia Natural de la Paloma Rabiche (Zenaida macroura).
Mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) are the most studied and heavily hunted migratory upland game bird in North America (Baskett et al.
Poor VecTest sensitivity was also recorded in small numbers of Mourning Doves (Zenaida macroura) (0/6), American Robins (Turdus migratorius) (3/16), and Fish Crows (Corers ossifragus) (2/10).
Species 1995 1996 1 -- Nycticorax violaceus -- 1(0.28) 2 -- Cathartes aura 8(2.46) 10(2.88) 3 -- Buteo jamaicensis 2(0.61) 1(0.28) 4 -- Falco sparverius -- 2(0.57) 5 -- Callipepla squamata 15(4.61) 4(1.15) 6 -- Zenaida macroura 23(7.07) 16(4.61) 7 -- Bubo virginianus 1(0.30) -- 8 -- Chordeiles acutipennis 26(8.00) 17(4.89) 9 -- Archilochus alexandri 3(0.92) 3(0.82) 10 -- Picoides scalaris 3(0.92) 11(3.17) 11 -- Empidonax minimus -- 2(0.57) 12 -- E.
Information about the annual variation of trichomoniasis in mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) may be important in understanding mechanisms affecting mourning dove populations.
Studies of the feeding ecology of mourning doves, Zenaida macroura (cf.
Feeding ecology of mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) in southeastern New Mexico.
Statistical comparisons among scaled quail, northern bobwhite, and mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) from the same study area revealed no differences in lead among species.
(1992) reported on the availability of lead pellets, ingestion of lead pellets, and amounts of lead in livers of mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) in southeastern New Mexico.