Also known as the Mountain Dove, Lace-necked Dove or Chinese Dove, it's
been cooing in Hawai'i since the mid-1800's.
This dove is much larger than the zebra dove but definitely not as tolerant
of humans. Its rarely found in large flocks as are the other doves.
See if you can find the nest of this dove species. Its nests year-round
on tree platforms where it lays 2 eggs during each attempt.
One of the few alien birds that can survive in native forests. The forest
doves usually have much darker plumage than their city counterparts. (this
is only my observation; I don’t have a source for it)
Where to find on campus: Open areas, usually with Zebra