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Feral pigeon (Columba livia) on the shore in Poole – with wing colour not too different from the original wild rock dove type…

I have just come back from a few days in Dorset (mostly Poole) and will no doubt share my snapshots with you over the next few weeks – or months!

But as a bit of a bridge between the last post about feral pigeons and my holiday excursions, here are some (more…)

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A romantic view: Feeding pigeons in St Mark’s Square, Venice, by Antonio Paoletti (1834–1912) – what, no bird droppings?

In the past I have “appreciated” beautiful pests such as seagulls, magpies and starlings in this blog, but I think a flock of feral pigeons takes the biscuit (or anything else remotely edible).

A while back I was, would you believe, excited that (more…)

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Oh dear, feathers fly in the garden...

When I looked through the kitchen window yesterday morning I thought we must have had snow overnight and then it had melted, as there were blobs of white all over the ground.

Then I realised the blobs were white downy feathers. There had (more…)

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