• Luis R.
    04/13/2020 05:56

    the flying-type eevee evolution should be called pigeon

  • Moureen C.
    03/31/2020 23:19

    Pigeon holes.

  • Michael W.
    03/31/2020 22:02

    Humans are the vermin ...

  • Ian M.
    03/31/2020 19:02

    If all this Carona virus 🦠 shit carries on and the food runs out, them piggies are fodder. There all over the place in town. Easy meals. Two or three of them a day, last you months on them. Lol 😂

  • Mary L.
    03/31/2020 17:00

    I think they mate for life

  • Anne G.
    03/31/2020 16:42

    I feed them every day and have done for 15 years 🧡💛

  • Donna R.
    03/31/2020 11:06

    Kogan pie

  • Gwyneth J.
    03/31/2020 06:09

    I feed them in garden just get a few all very different they keep the magpies away (don't like them ) there are so wild pigeons that nest in trees some look like doves xxxx

  • Carol R.
    03/30/2020 09:50

    A lot of people dont know that they saved lives in the war There were people marching in the loard mayors parade respecting the pigeons

  • Eileen H.
    03/30/2020 05:33

    Thank you, very interesting. Unfortunately today a lot of people consider them vermin because of the damage they can do to buildings. The problem is people, as long as they keep feeding them then hey ho! I love birds and we get wood pigeons in our garden and sometimes they can be a nuisance when you're trying to feed other bird species, but they also can be entertaining. They have nice subtle colourings if you care to study, and let's not forget about the carrier pigeons used in the world wars. Think there's a place in India where they are revered

  • Leigh S.
    03/30/2020 03:08

    Had one as a pet as a kid, and he was a great feathered friend, my parents force me to give him up when my sister was born. No one ever forced my mother to give up her cats, or my step father to give up the dog.. that old bird was a lesson i will never forget. my fondest memories of him was playing "pigeon ball" where i could throw him like a ball as hard as i could into the air, and he would go as far as he could without opening his wings, then at the last moment, use the momentum to glide back to my shoulder for another throw.. you could also tell a pigeon all your secrets, and they ain't going to tell no one else ;) .

  • Melinda C.
    03/30/2020 01:01

    I have raised a baby pigeon after its mum was killed they have the sweetest nature

  • Stewart M.
    03/29/2020 22:31

    Notty Ash!!!

  • Rafael P.
    03/29/2020 22:20

    I keep 70 tippler pigeon they fly a long time .

  • Heather B.
    03/29/2020 18:01

    Love them

  • Glenda D.
    03/29/2020 12:03

    interesting to see this, like all birds and animals Gods creatures they all are and all should be treated with respect .

  • JAn H.
    03/29/2020 10:38

    Very informative I can not understand why a lot of people do not like them and call them flying Rats l have them in my garden they came to me in the morning for there food so very tame I love them🕊🕊🕊💖

  • Stuart M.
    03/29/2020 07:52

    I remember in the 50s and 60s pigeons were part of a family meal

  • Troy C.
    03/29/2020 02:48

    They are truly remarkable birds

  • Kailasa's N.
    03/29/2020 02:20

    I love them...they come to my yard every day to eat.