Mourning doves, also referred to as turtle doves, tend to mate for life. The birds are generally monogamous, with both parents working together to care for and incubate the young in their brood. Mourning doves are prolif... More »

Two doves symbolize enduring, ever-faithful love. The symbol probably arose because turtle doves mate for life and spend a lot of time engaging in affectionate behaviors. The two-dove symbol predates Christianity and can... More »

Some animals that mate for life include gibbons, swans, black vultures, French angelfish, wolves, albatrosses, termites, turtle doves and bald eagles. The only time that bald eagles don't mate for life is in the event of... More »

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According to the United States Geological Survey, a group of doves is known as a dule, and a group of turtle doves is also known as a pitying. These collective nouns specifically describe groups of doves or turtle doves,... More »

Some animals that mate for life include gibbons, swans, black vultures, French angelfish, wolves, albatrosses, termites, turtle doves and bald eagles. The only time that bald eagles don't mate for life is in the event of... More »

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Birds that mate for life include the bald eagle, California condor, Atlantic puffin, black vulture and the whooping crane. Other birds include the mute swan, scarlet macaw and Laysan albatross. More »

Cardinals mate for life and are primarily monogamous. After the male has chosen a female, the two begin to build a nest using leaves, grasses, bark and small twigs that they gather and weave together. The nest is usually... More »