I got a pigeon from a local bird store by happenstance, I was there to buy supplies for my parrot and on the counter at check out there was a sign that read "free pigeon needs to be hand fed". Turns out the baby accidentally got mixed in with the adult pigeons and they won't keep and raise babies; so I took him home. After lots of research, I estimated him at 10 days old. I got all the necessary supplies and hand raised him. He has always been very "friendly", I put it in quotes because his kind of friendly is very different from my cockatoo who could cuddle me to death. Well now he is about 5 months old, and recently he has gotten kind of aggressive. He still loves being around people, especially me because I am mom, but when on or near people occasionally he will just start pecking and "biting". And he coos and spins as well. Which from what I have read that is a normal behavior I think. But the aggression I am not sure of. I am not certain he is a male, but from all the research I have done I believe he is. So what I am wondering is, is this behavior common for adolescent pigeons? Is it like their puberty stage in relation to humans? Any insight would be very helpful!