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According to the Diamond Dove website, mourning doves who have successfully raised their young in a specific site typically return to the same site year after year.
Michigan hunting groups want the state Department of Natural Resources to make mourning doves and sandhill cranes game species eligible for hunting.
Some of the doves that would have been taken during the fall season remain in Texas; this is especially true of mourning doves, which are not as prone as their white-winged cousins to migrate south as temperatures chill.
The Michigan United Conservation Clubs, at its June convention, also recommended the Natural Resources Commission establish Michigan hunts for both sandhill cranes and mourning doves.
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