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  1. General Discussions
    We just had a blizzard in New York, and the feral pigeon that normally hangs out on my balcony just laid her first egg during the storm. There is no nest, and the egg is basically sitting on snow in a wooden box with top covered but side open. Hen is next to the egg but not sitting on it yet...
  2. I found a pigeon or dove - now what?
    First of all, I read http://www.pigeons.biz/forums/f108/basic-steps-to-saving-the-life-of-a-pigeon-or-dove-8822.html which is quite helpful, and we're following the steps (step 1 raising temperature). Now to the case in hand. I and mom found pigeon who was in the snow, in someone's footprint...
  3. General Discussions
    my birds were playing in the snow. heres a video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUdDUNzGaR8
  4. I found a pigeon or dove - now what?
    Not sure if anyone else saw my my post from yesterday, but basically, I found a Mourning Dove who was cold and weak, but eating and I brought him inside. He might be a juvenile because he has very short tailfeathers. Anyway, he's doing very well. Eating, drinking, pooping, the works. He's doing...
  5. Archive - Other Birds
    After our last 3 day snow storm, my loft looked more like an igloo than a loft:o The birds didn't seem to mind, but even looking at a snow shovel puts me in a foul mood:p Here's to hoping I have no reason to see one again until next year...
  6. General Discussions
    HI, So, I am looking at a group of mourning doves that hang out around my apartment building in NYC and as I see them trying to find footholds in the snow, I'm scared they will tumble into a snow drift and not be able to get out! Is this a rational concern?!
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