Play games with colorful toys and letters cubes.

Trivia Quiz Games

If you love fun trivia quizzes and you love to play fun games, then you are going to have real fun. Our online trivia platform can be a great time for anyone to enjoy. It's trivia for seniors, adults, and kids. You can use it for your virtual trivia night, as bar trivia questions, or just to have fun.

Try to beat the timer and get a streak. We all love to play. There is an inner child in all of us. We especially love to play trivia quiz games, as they are fun games that also have a lot of value. When playing trivia, you are having fun while you learn, expanding your general knowledge, and actually becoming smarter.

Mourning dove Fun Facts

Arrow Right icon
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves coo, especially the males, who use this sound to woo females. They get their name from their mournful cooing sound.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves are able to drink brackish water without becoming dehydrated. In fact, they can drink water with up to 25% the salinity of sea water.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves, also known as turtle doves, mate for life. They engage in affectionate behaviour, such as cuddling. Maybe that is why there were two turtle doves in the song The Twelve Days of Christmas!
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves mostly eat seeds. They collect seeds from the ground, and store them in an esophageal pouch called a "crop", then fly to a safe branch to digest. One mourning dove was once recorded as having stockpiled 17,200 seeds in its crop.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Baby mourning doves are known as squabs. At only 12 days old, they are ready for their first flight.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves suck water up through their bills. They can get their daily quota in under 20 seconds.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves live around 4-5 years in the wild, but can live up to 16 years in a captive setting. The oldest wild mourning dove was recorded as living almost 31 years.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves are brown and gray with black spots. Additionally, males have pinkish-purple areas on the sides of their necks, as well as a blueish-gray crown.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves have been recorded as flying up to 55mph. In comparison, the golden eagle is known to fly up to 80mph.
Fun Fact
Mourning dove
Mourning doves are rarely found in densely treed areas, preferring the open country with few trees. During the winter, however, high numbers of mourning doves are known to settle in woodland areas.