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squab

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a person who is easily deceived or victimized

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Peregrines specialise in preying on wood pigeons and feral pigeons, which they swoop down and attack in flight.
Descendants of rock doves, originally cliff dwelling birds, the feral pigeon has adapted well to living alongside humans and is an integral feature of town centres across the country.
Some experts recognize as many as 28 different feather colors and patterns among feral pigeons, ranging from pure white to virtually pitch-black.
Reproductive ecology of the feral pigeon, Columba livia.
This study was designed to study the ecology of feral pigeon (Columba livia) in the urban areas of Rawalpindi/Islamabad, Pakistan.
In Britain the shooting of collared dove and the feral pigeon is also permitted all year round.
The feral pigeon, meanwhile, appears in tenth position.
Abstract: To evaluate whether single-entry endoscopic vasectomy of male feral pigeons (Columba livia) significantly reduced fertility and would potentially be valuable for control of feral pigeon populations, 252 male feral pigeons were caught in the city of Berne and endoscopically vasectomized.
It is even outnumbering the town-dwelling feral pigeon, the famous inhabitant of London's Trafalgar Square, in the capital's gardens, the BTO said.
The top 10 for Tyne and Wear is: starling, house sparrow, blackbird, blue tit, collared dove, magpie, woodpigeon, feral pigeon, dunnock and great tit.
If you wipe out the seagulls this will result in an explosion of the feral pigeon population, as seagulls feed upon pigeons' eggs.
In a single year a feral pigeon can eat its way through 64lb of food.
Nature has not equipped the feral pigeon to live on a diet of breadcrumbs and discarded fast food.