White-tipped Dove is a medium dove, gray-brown upper-parts, pale gray breast, white forehead and belly, chestnut-brown underwings, white-tipped tail. Black bill, red legs and feet. Feeds mainly from the ground. Walks on ground in dense understory. Swift direct flight with rapid wing beats.
White-tipped Dove: Distributed from southern Texas through Central America to most of tropical and sub-tropical South America east of the Andes. Inhabits the mid-strata level in deciduous and semi-deciduous broad leaf forests, second-growth scrubs, savannas, and understories of dense shady woodlands.