The Inca Dove inhabits residential areas. Mostly in cities, farm houses, lawns, and parks. Due to its intolerance to cold weather, it avoids arid and semiarid regions.
The Inca Dove will eat mostly seeds grass and small vegetation. Also, they will eat nuts and fruit. They are herbivores.
It does not hunt. It nests in trees to avoid predators.
The scientific name of the dove is the Columbidae
Factors which Affect Birth Rate of the Inca Dove
The Inca Dove mates year round.
The gestation period of an Inca Dove is about 13-15 days
The parents care for the offspring for 12-16 days.
Both parents take turns incubating the nest
Once born, both of the parents feed the young milk
Factors Which Affect the Death Rate of the Inca Dove
Common predators of the Inca Dove include the common house cat, raccoons, blue jays, and ringtails.
On average the Inca Dove lives 2.5 years in the wild and 13.3 years in captivity
Over population does not affect the Inca Dove
Food Chain of the Inca Dove Producer Autotroph Primary Consumer Herbivore Secondary Consumer Omnivore Tertiary Consumer Carnivore
Food web of the Inca Dove Draw and explain a possible food web for your researched animal. Include description of the trophic level(s) in which each organism is found. Herbivore Primary consumer Omnivore Secondary consumer Carnivore Tertiary consumer Producer Autotroph Carnivore / secondary consumer Herbivore Primary consumer Herbivore Producer / Autotroph
The different levels mean how healthy a stream is or could be.
The ideal range for Oxygen would be 10-15. The ideal range for pH would be 6.5-7. The ideal range for Nitrates and Phosphorous would be 0.
If my organism were near the stream, my organism would be healthy and strong. If it were near the marsh water or mine water it would not be healthy and may even die
If a stream has turbid water then the organisms in said stream would not be able to breath well or stick to rocks if they need to. Also they wouldn’t be able to see which would interfere with predator-prey relationships. As for temperature, if it is too hot or too cold the organisms would not be able to survive.
Plants need food nutrients to survive. PH is need to utilize the nutrients available. Nitrogen is needed to help with the functioning of the plants metabolism. Phosphorous is the most important. It is needed in creating a good, fibrous root system. Potash stimulates flowering and is need in photosynthesis to make sugars.
The ideal range for pH would be 7.5-8. The range for Nitrogen would be high. The range for Phosphorous would be high as well. The ideal range for Potash would be high, too.
If soil is out of its protein range then plants would die and not be able to survive.