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I have a pigeon that my husband found at his shop. She was wild when he found her. He wants to let her go now that she has had babies, but I think that the male bird she has bonded with will be unhappy. What do you think we should do? I don't want the male pigeon to go into depression. We have had them for about a year now. I'm hoping that if he lets her go she will stay around and go back into the loft. Thanks for your help:)
 

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Pigeons do morte than bond, they mate for life. I think it would be cruel and very sad to split them up.
 

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They mate for life, and if she is happy where she is, I would leave her be. She is used to having food and water and shelter provided for her. It seems rare that a former feral will object to being kept "prisoner" in an aviary, or at least as far as I've seen that is the case. ;)
 
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