Den vanlige bydua –

Vanligvis tenker vi oss at en due er en due, men – det finnes faktisk en lang rekke arter.
Her  skal jeg presentere der for den vanlige ‘bydua’ som synes å nedstamme fra arten ‘klippedue’, men som etter hvert har endret litt på drakten . . .
Den helt korrekte artsbetegnelsen er: ‘Columba livia var. domestica’ og jeg kan ikke med 100% sikkerhet si om mitt bilde viser en brevdue eller en bydue ettersom brevduer er
alt frem med utganspunkt i byduer evt. klippeduer. De er uansett temmelig like!
det finnes noe rundt 40 forskjellige due-slekter med tilsammern 308 underarter!
I Norge finnes normalt  3-4 hekkende arter: Ringdue, Skogdue, Tyrkerdue og Bydua!
Normally we tend to think of a pigeon as a pigeon and leave it at that, however, there is in fact globally 308 different pigeon species throughout the world.
My present picture is from a ‘feral pigeon’, allthough it could be a ‘homing pigeon’ as they look extremely much like the feral pigeon! The correct name of this species is:
‘Columba livia var. domestica’!
In Norway we have only 4 nesting species: The feral pigeon (picture), the ‘stock pigeon,
Eurasian collared dove, and the Wood pigeon.
Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to Den vanlige bydua –

  1. Missy's Crafty Mess says:

    They are beautiful! Love the colors

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Stunning close-up! One can really appreciate how pretty birds are through your photos.

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