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  1. I found a pigeon or dove - now what?
    Hello! After a recent pigeon cull at the farm near my house (Cambridge UK), I found two orphan Wood Pigeons. They are now about 14 days old. I'm a new pigeon carer, but have raised 3 Rooks. I've been looking after them since before they opened their eyes (about 3 days?) and they are both...
  2. Wild or 'Feral' Pigeons
    My daughter has found 2 fledglings (they were under this car tunnel where there's a lot of pigeons, she said she chose to take them because 'loads of people were walking past and one almost ran onto the road', and yes we're both aware we shouldn't really take fledglings since the parents could...
  3. General Discussions
    Couple times a year my bosslady sends me to France to work for a few days. In the evenings I usually sit outside my hotel and feed the ferals in my downtime. Euro ferals have so much more variety of colors than the checks and bluebars that I mostly see here. On this last trip, I got to see a...
  4. Wood Pigeons & Others Not Native To North America
    This is the original thread: http://www.pigeons.biz/forums/showthread.php?t=30871&referrerid=560 Maria has done wonders for March, she (I think she is female) is a delicate looking pigeon but can walk and flutter quite well. This evening I put a soft pet bed in the doviary and put March in...
  5. News & Advocacy
    I don't know if everybody will be able to view this...it is about wood pigeons, although nobody in the clip calls them that and it is apparent that at least one person thinks they are evicted city pigeons. But at least there is no use of words like "vermin", "disease" or "culling"...
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