I moved to the high desert in Californias easter sierra 2 years ago. I'm starting to get back into hunting after not buying a license since my late teens. Back in the midwest we could always find doves moving in and out of fields eating wild marijuana seed or grain. Out here in the Bishop CA area we got pasture and scrub brush with scattered canals and water and some patches of wild sunflowers. I figured the sunflowers would be key but in early scouting I never really found any doves moving in and out of the sunflowers. There are doves around and you'd see them flying at dusk all before the season opened. But now that were a week in they are a lot harder to find. I have yet to figure out what the hell they are eating to try and help me narrow down my search for feeding and roosting places. We have lots of tree patches in and around the pastures and i've found some doves in the trees in the mornings, but I haven't found good concentrations. Anyone up in the high desert that can give me some advice on tracking down dove habits?