Several Eurasian Collared Doves have been hanging around our bird feeder. These birds are native to Asia. They expanded their range across Europe during the 1900's, and have spread across most of North America since being introduced into the Bahamas, in the 1970's. They're amazing survivors, and well adapted to humans, seeming to prefer living near houses and farms where food sources are abundant.
This particular dove is missing a claw and part of a toe on its left foot.