I love birds. In California, I cherished my parrot Penny. In New Zealand, I hand-fed keas, the only alpine parrots in the world. In Russia, I saw pigeons by a frozen river. In Turkey, I found seagulls and native chickens. Enjoy my winged collection.
A new study by French researchers found that most trained and untrained pigeons can recognize people by our facial characteristics. But the question is: do we want to be recognized by pigeons, especially when we are eating?
It is certainly an idea that we need in Trafalgar Square in London since pigeon mess tots up a bill into thousands each year, but first in the queue for the pigeon contraceptives will be none other than, Hollywood