What Do Doves Eat?


Most doves eat seeds of cultivated crops such as Milo, corn, wheat, and sorghum. Weed and grass seeds are eaten when cultivated crops are not available. . Some doves are fruit eaters. These doves will eat fruits and some vegetables. Doves always eat their food from the ground; they normally never peck it off a plant.
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Common Ground-Doves eat seeds, grains, small berries, insects and snail shells.
Doves mainly eat seeds. That's what their diet is mostly made up of. They also eat weeds that form along fences, and the seeds they eat are usually from cultivated fields.
The diet of a dove depends on its species. Some doves eat vegetables and fruits. Most dove species eat seeds that they find on the ground. You can find more information here: http://www.seattleaudubon.org/birdweb/bird_details.aspx?id=237
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