Found Bird Pigeon from Bury Lancashire BL9

This found Pigeon Bird was found around Bury Lancashire BL9

This bird has been taken in by Birds of a Feather animal rescue based in Oldham.

The pigeon was found walking around in the communal gardens where I live. Tried to fly a few times but kept landing on the grass. I ended up taking it in as there are lots of cats and foxes here and this bird would have been a sitting target! It is eating fine and drinking. It is very friendly and used to being handled. The next day we tried setting it free in the local cemmetary. It flew into the trees and stayed there. When we went back to check later it was on top of a hedge with its leg stuck. So I brought it back again. It seems very happy hanging out in my living room flies a little and hops around! I think it maybe somebody's pet rather than a racing pigeon.

Beautiful looking bird. Lovely colouring on neck which changes depending on the light. Has a ring on its leg but not the metal type you find on a racing pigeon. This ring is like a flat donut shaped looks to be plastic though could be rubber. There is no ID number as such just one singular number followed by 4 asterisks. No stamp or markings under wings as far as I can see.

Found Pigeon Birds in Bury
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Found05 Aug 2019
Dominant colourWhite
Approx age
Pet Listing ID92236

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