Blue greys, reds blacks.
Weighing 250 - 550g
3 - 8 broods per year
2 eggs per brood
incubation 16 - 20 days
Maturity within 2 - 3 months
Feral pigeons will mainly feed on seeds and foods from human refuse, discarded foods.
Found roosting on ledges in abandoned buildings, and under bridges, the feral pigeon will often nest in buildings by finding small entry points
Under bridges, wall edges, gaps within brickwork provide a substitue for their naturally cliff surroundings
Pigeons will rarely leave their local areas
Breeding pairs mate for life
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