Awww.I wonder why they did that...?
That's a lot of birds! Glad they take them back into nature! The one of the pigeon with his feathers all fluffed is great!Tamar - from community global
Great series....I love th colours in that last shot.Bet ya those pidgeons come right on back. Whaddya bet?
I love pidgeons.
I love pigeons ... I love their cooing sound. This time of year, I often find myself honing in on their soft singing spells and feel so relaxed. They are such peaceful birds.
That is one big pigeon! Where did they take them?Great shots, btw! =)
Serline? Where weeeeeere they taking those birds? :(
There is a mixed ending to this story. Quite a few birds did not survive the stressful transition; they did not even make it to the truck (heart attack?!) and were stuffed in giant black rubbish bags. From news reports about other such relocations, those that survived the truck ride would have been released in the forests in a nearby province, so unless they were professional homing pigeons, they would not find their way back. Looking on the bright side, park goers have a cleaner and quieter environment... until other pigeons nearby move in to fill the vacated turf.
the pigeon post reminds me of the many pigeons we have here, these birds kinda think they're human, you can walk beside them, and they wont even care.. hahhaa, but its good, then we can go up close to take pictures of them... hahhaa :)
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