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Pigeons



News about pigeons. Commentary and archival information about pigeons from The New York Times.



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A Population of Billions May Have Contributed to This Bird’s Extinction
A new study suggests passenger pigeons were hyper-adapted to living in a large, stable population, leaving them unable to cope when humans hunted them en masse.



Helping a Hurt Pigeon on Columbus Avenue
A lingering question is answered at a critical moment.



A Pigeon Rides the Q Train
A bird finds a moving perch in a subway station.



Enlisting (Rock) Doves in the Cause of War
Despite awful advances in the technology of warfare, carrier pigeons were still needed when telephone wires were cut.



I Raised Baby Pigeons in My Bathroom
My wife rescued a bird from a Brooklyn subway escalator. Then the adventure began.



Bread Crumbs Scattered on the Sidewalk
Chatting with a neighbor while she feeds pigeons on an Upper East Side block.



We Might Soon Resurrect Extinct Species. Is It Worth the Cost?
Scientists disagree about whether bringing extinct species back from the dead will result in a net loss of global biodiversity.



Take a Pigeon for a Walk
A poet suggests treating a bird like a beloved pet instead of a winged rat and that doing so will repay the kindness.



How Can a Co-op Shoo Away a Pigeon Complaint?
A co-op has problems with a grocery store that attracts pigeons and rats.



Pigeon: From the Wild to the French Table
In pursuit of the delicately gamy palombe, a rising favorite at top restaurants in Paris.