agee, domestic pigeons seem to slack off in the winter months. ferals, well. in some cities folks find young birds in need of help it seems all year long.Well i know i will not be agreed with by a lot of folks here. BUT, the hours that the sun is up
dictates when feral pigeons, and JUST about any species of bird breed.
I am sure there are exceptions, (city lights, Ect.) THAT is the only stimulus they go by. Dave
They do here in Southern California because of the very mild climate. Even with that, the nesting does slow down in the "winter" months.in the wild do pigeons have a breeding season? if the climate/ food/permits/conditions permit will "local" birds nest year round? thanks