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Do you want to teach your budding ornithologist about different species of birds? Do you wish to start by teaching him about doves? If you nodded along excitedly, then consider giving the dove coloring pages below!
The dove, like the pigeon, is a bird belonging to the Columbidae family. There are more than 100 species of doves found in the world, 12 of which are endemic to Texas. The dove is a medium-sized bird with a small head and long, pointed body. Both male and female doves are similar in appearance, but male doves are slightly more colorful and larger than the females. Here are ten incredible dove coloring pictures that will take your little one for a flight.
10 Beautiful Dove Coloring Pages:
1. Brown-Cuckoo Dove:Sponsored
Here’s a Brown-cuckoo dove coloring page. These doves inhabit the scrubs, rainforests, and places of vegetation in and around Eastern Australia. The brown cuckoo doves can also be nomadic, depending on the availability of the food. These doves fly at short distances, usually close to the ground and with great strength.
2. Turtle Dove:
The turtle dove is a small and dainty dove with a chestnut colored body and a black tail. It is smaller than a collared dove and slightly larger than a mourning dove. They make evocative, purr like sound during the summers. Turtle doves are on the verge of becoming a critically endangered species. One of the major causes of their decline is the lack of grain and seed during the breeding season.
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3. Mourning Dove:
Here is a mourning dove coloring sheet. This is the most common species of the dove. It is a small-headed, slender-tailed and graceful bird, common in North America. It has an extremely soft call that sounds more like a lament. You will find these doves foraging for seeds on the ground and perching on the telephone wires.
4. Collared Dove:
The collared-dove also called the Eurasian collared dove is native to Europe and Asia. It is also a close relative of the mourning dove. This medium-sized dove is similar to rock pigeon in appearance. It has a plump body, small head, white tail feathers and flurry, dark-tipped wings. It usually settles on fences and phone wires.
5. Noah And The Dove:
The coloring page features Noah releasing a dove from his ark. According to the Bible, Noah released a dove after the flood to find land. The pictures of doves to color will give your child the opportunity to learn about the story of Noah.
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6. The Symbol Of Peace:
The dove is one of the most popular symbols of peace. It symbolizes the renewal of life and triumph of humanity. The popularity of dove as a symbol of peace increased after the World Peace Congress. It is now the most widely used sign in the peace movement.
7. Mittens Trying To Catch A Dove:
This coloring page shows Mittens trying to catch a dove. The dove looks quite frightened. We can only hope that Mittens lets go of this little birdie. Mittens is the deuteragonist of the film “Bolt”. She is a sassy and short-tempered cat with a dry sense of humor. Mittens wasn’t willing to be friends with Bolt, but Bolt’s loyalty moved her.
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8. Valentine Dove:
It looks like these little doves have something sweet to say to each other this Valentine’s Day. Tell your little one to bring out his pinks, whites, red and color this page. He can present the dove coloring page to someone he adores. Or hang it in your living room as a decoration.
9. White-Winged Dove:
The white-winged dove is a common bird in towns and cities across the United States. It is a brown bird with neat, white crescents along its wings. During a flight, the crescents look like flashing white stripes. The white-winged dove is a plump, square-tailed bird with thin bills. It has a colorful face with orange-blue eyes and blue eyelids.
10. The Dove And The Bee:
The coloring page is from the story “Dove and the Bee”. In the story, a bee fell into the water and was about to be swept away by the waves of water when a dove spotted it. The dove plucked a leaf, threw it near the bee, and saved its life. Later, when the dove’s life was in danger, the Bee saved him by stinging the hunter’s hand.
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So why wait? Print these dove coloring sheets right away! They will help your little one develop focus, creativity, color recognition and motor skills. Tell us which coloring page did he like most? Don’t forget to share his work with us below. Leave a comment below.
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