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|Legal schmegal- we know you will use good judgement. They must be able to live the same way as domesticated doves. If you get concerned , then call a rescue about this bird you found "yesterday"
So pretty! Its a rare treat to be so close to a beautiful creature of nature. I wonder if its young. - does the tail look as long as this?
Here's a young one (I think) I spotted one day couple yrs ago.
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