Someone asked--rhetorically, but in my hearing--how pigeons manage to survive the winter in a city where winter is lethal. I started reading about pigeons on the Cornell Ornithology website.
On the Cornell site, I saw a reference to this book.
Pigeons are sometimes reviled. They have been called "flying rats."
I tend to like birds, and have developed a fondness for some species that are not, generally, highly regarded, such as crows, and starlings, and so I began to wonder--what about pigeons?
Whether you consider pigeons a pest, a pet, food, or just another part of nature, you will probably find something interesting in Superdove.
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