wood pigeon

  1. Eurasian pigeon with white patches on wings and neck
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  • The bush has abundant bird life, including the bellbird, tomtit, rifleman, wood pigeon and grey warbler.
  • They need to be combined with sugar and made into some kind of preserve, like the traditional rowan jelly often served with roast venison, wood pigeon or wild duck.
  • Silvia could hear the twittering of the young starlings in their nests as their parents went and came carrying food, and the loud and joyful "tirr-a-wee, tirr-a-wee, prooit, tweet!" of the thrushes, and the low currooing of the wood pigeon, and the soft call of the cuckoo, that seemed to come in whenever an interval of silence fitted. Bird Day; How to prepare for it
  • Wood pigeons and songsters flee at its appearance, yet rarely do they fall prey to this large hawk.
  • Here, he fed me a physically light but palatally super-heavy duck liver and foie gras tartine, roasted quail with deep-fried quails' eggs, and a brilliant wood pigeon on parsnip risotto.
  • In this area you may see the brown creeper, tomtit, robin, bellbird, rifleman, wood pigeon, falcon and kea.
  • It is known to have mild effects on a wide range of British birds such as the dunnock, house sparrow, starling and the wood pigeon. UK garden birds hit by avian pox virus
  • The list was impressive and included robins, starlings, a goldfinch, blackbirds, redwings, chaffinches, wood pigeons and black-headed gulls.
  • The shadow of a thrush crossed the carpet; from the deepest wells of silence the wood pigeon drew its bubble of sound.
  • Wild birds that might be acceptable alternatives for William include woodcock, wood pigeon, partridge and grouse.
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