A study of pigeons and the people who both love and loathe them examines the natural history of this ubiquitous bird and explores the world of pigeon racing and breeding, and the radical "pro-pigeon underground" in New York City.
An intriguing study of pigeons and the people who both love and loathe them provides a close-up look at the natural history of this ubiquitous bird, journeying across the U.S. and Europe to explore the world of pigeon racing and breeding, the radical "pro-pigeon underground" in New York City, the breeders dedicated to developing the perfect bird, and more. Reprint.
the fascinating saga of the world's most revered and reviled bird
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