The White-winged Dove, Zenaida asiatica, is distinguishable from the Rock Dove and the Mourning Dove by the white line along the front of the wing, the blue skin around its eyes, and the black streak on its cheeks.
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"The white-winged dove is the largest native dove in Arizona, close to the size of a pigeon. This dove is an important pollinator of the saguaro, and its range in Arizona is similar to that of the saguaro. It eats seeds and fruits, including saguaro fruit. The white-winged dove typically nests in desert thickets, usually of mesquite trees or salt cedar. It is also fairly common in city parks and suburban areas. Most Arizona white-winged doves migrate to Mexico for the winter."