- Produces large amounts of feces
- Very common in cities and small rural communities
- Associated with various diseases including histoplasmosis and cryptococcosis
- Known for pecking seeds and crumbs on the ground in town
- Wild or cultivated seeds and sometimes molluscs
- The pigeon tends to mate and rest in groups
- Inhabit cities, it shelters in the cavities, the holes, the terraces and the roofs of buildings
- Three broods per year with 1 to 3 colored eggs each generally from February to October
The accumulation of pigeon droppings on buildings and other structures makes them unattractive, especially as the excrement, because of their acidity, gnaws ironwork and stonework.
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