This is the mourning dove. It is a brown bird, the male can have the purple-pink along its neck and breast for attracting mates. The female might be more brown than the male is. The physical appearance between the male and the female is different but only ever so slightly, although these birds are considered sexually dimorphic. The mourning dove is also monogamous, which means it mates for life. You can find a mourning dove in any semi-open habitats. This includes forest clearings, farmland, suburbs, prairies, and deserts. They will go pretty much anywhere other than deep forests. Male Length: 9.1-13.4 in (23-34 cm) Weight: 3.4-6.0 oz (96-170 g) Wingspan: 17.7 in (45 cm) Female Length: 9.1-13.4 in (23-34 cm) Weight: 3.0-5.5 oz (86-156 g) Wingspan: 17.7 in (45 cm). The only different between the male and the female is the color and that the female would be slightly smaller. These birds are of least concern. Although these birds are hunted for fun in the U.S., they are still thriving with an estimated population of 183 million.