The near-threatened white-crowned pigeon (Patagioenas leucocephala) has a distinct crown-patch which can vary from a more bright white in males to a more grey-white in most females. It has iridescent greenish scalloping on the nape. A strong and fast flier, it is a resident of islands and coastlines in the Caribbean. In the United States it is found only in the Florida Keys, Everglades, and the southern tip of mainland Florida. John James Audubon did a famous painting of the White-crowned Pigeon on Indian Key in April 1832.