The Dove in Bangladesh is known as “Ghughu”(akso as ‘Kobutor’ for some species of dove). It is another popular birds of Bangladesh. Though now a days it is in danger it is always said to be a Bangladeshi bird.Very often in Bangladesh we hear “Ghughu dekheso , Ghughur faad dekhoni”.(You may see the Dove, but you still don’t even know about its trap).A Dove is long-tailed and slim, ranging in length from 28 to 32 centimeters (11.2 to 12.8 inches). Its back, wings and tail are light chocolate and fawn. In voyage, it shows blackish flight feathers surrounded on edge with light grey, and a spark of white tail quill. Sexes are alike, but juveniles are duller than adults. The head and under parts are pinkish, shading to light grey on the face and lower stomach. The legs are dim pink. Nests look like hazy platforms of a few firewood in trees, on ends or in holes in cliffs etc. Eggs are in general two in number. Doves eat grass seeds, grains and other plants. There have been some information of eating insects. They have flourishing calls or smooth musical whistles. The call is a low and gentle two or three syllable ‘coo-coo-croo’ occasionally ‘krrroo-krook’ . The Dove is called a “Bird of Peace”.