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It often glides for the final section of its flight before plunging back to cover. In flight it looks back-heavy or pear-shaped. Common around most coastal regions, ranging into the main croplands and pastoral lands of the continent, it occurs in a wide variety of dry and wet grasslands, swamps, and heaths. The easiest of any quail or buttonquail in the country to see, it often feeds in coveys on the sides of country roads. 5in This quail is quite a bit smaller than the other two species, and is usually found in dense, wet, swampy grasslands and heaths, a habitat it often shares with Brown Quail.
This introduced species from Africa and India is unlikely to be seen away from human habitation, and is usually found in parks or gardens or along roads. It is found in sw. WA, where it is quite common around towns and cities.
Cape York Peninsula (QLD), TAS, and the tip of the NT. It occurs in a range of open habitats from farmlands to gardens and golf courses, avoiding few habitats except closed forests. 5–13in A large, brownish introduced Asian species, Spotted Dove has a distinct black patch boldly spotted with white on the sides of the neck and pale grey underparts washed with soft pink. The neck patch distinguishes this dove from all other pigeon species in Australia. When it takes flight it shows a long blackish tail with a striking, broad white band at the tip.
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