"The Solitary Dove --Life Size. First Discovered by Eddie [Edward B.] Grayson, Socorro Island, May 20, 1867" --Individual on a dead branch against a sombre shoreline; named for Edward B. Grayson, son of A. J. Grayson who was murdered on the return from a field trip to Socorro Island.
Zenaidura graysoni. Socorro Dove.
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Watercolors of Birds of the Pacific Slope. 1853-1869
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