No one would argue that people are naturally drawn to nature, which is associated with beauty.Whether it is a tropical rainforest or a fiery African desert, have you ever wondered how this beautiful planet, which shines in every nook and cranny of nature, is so fascinating ? So it is no wonder that nature is the greatest artist in the world
When we appreciate the pleasures of nature, we are struck by a remarkably large blue-gray pigeon with beautiful logos such as blue lace, maroon breasts, and red irises.
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This pigeon belongs to the family of four species of pigeons and differs by bright blue feathers and a beautiful crown on the head.Native to the lowlands and swamps of northern New Guinea and the surrounding islands, these blue doves travel in pairs or in small groups in search of food.
When these pigeons are disturbed, they fly straight to the canopy or large horizontal branch of a large forest tree.Once disturbed, they can stay on their perch for a considerable time, making contact calls and wagging their tails.
This fairly large Victorian crowned dove bows to show off its best feature, the spectacular logo, as it approaches the female during romance.The mating calls of this species are also similar to those of the two crowned pigeon species, which have a hoot-hoot-hoot-hoot sound.
Female beauties lay only one egg during mating and this does not help their survival.
Unfortunately, deforestation as well as the abundant hunting of these beautiful creatures for meat and feathers pose a great threat to them.