The guide
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, A white-winged dove tends to her single chick on the branch of a mesquite tree. The white-winged dove usually lays two eggs and tends to her young on a frail nest comprised of loose twigs and sticks. Educational programs about Sonoran Desert wildlife are being offered at several locations this summer.

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