The story of how two New Leaf Journal authors rescued a pigeon in need.
A reminder that pigeons are heavier than sparrows and songbirds.
The fourth pigeon is always the trickiest.
A reminder that mourning doves and common pigeons are closely related – and very similar if you’re a sparrow.
〜This pigeon knows that it’s striking〜
〜Pigeons in the hen house〜
〜An 1895 French homing pigeon experiment from a steamship〜
〜A boy and his homing pigeons〜
〜The feathered news couriers of Manhattan in 1895〜
〜To be sure, the pigeon was a little big to stand on that plant〜
〜What you see is what you get〜
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