fruit-dove collisions

Subject: fruit-dove collisions
From: scouler <>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 10:12:14 +1000
I have seen references in several sources to Superb Fruit-doves
(Ptilinopus superbus) and Rose-crowned Fruit-doves (Ptilinopus regina)
often flying into windows, glass doors and lighthouses. Any theories on
why these species are so prone to such accidents?

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