The Common Emerald Dove, also called just the Emerald Dove and the Green-winged Dove, has a wide range from the Indian sub-continent through Southeast Asia to north-eastern Australia.
The male (above left) has a grey crown bordered with white and a white "shoulder" at the top of the wing.
The female (above right) has none or only a faint white mark on her upper wing and a thin white eyebrow with pinkish brown crown matching her body plumage.
Both have pinkish brown bodies and green wings which can be iridescent in the right light.
As expected with their extensive range, there are several subspecies.