Rock Pigeon, © Photo by Steve Kaye

Rock Pigeon Movie | June 2017

What If You Were in a Rock Pigeon Movie

Rock Pigeon, © Photo by Steve Kaye, in blog post, "Rock Pigeon Movie"

Rock Pigeon

Imagine that your life is a movie.
And one day, while you’re outside, you hear someone shout, “Hey look, it’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Super . . . No, wait. It’s really a bird . . . It’s a Rock Pigeon.”

Then you relax.

Because you know there’s a big difference between being in an eye-popping, tooth-clenching, gut-tightening comic book movie and being in a calm, easy-going, enjoyable movie with a Rock Pigeon.

It’s enough to make you pause and take a deep comforting breath.

That’s because Rock Pigeons are sort of ordinary.

They don’t have super powers. They don’t wear fancy costumes. And, most important, they don’t attract comic villains.

But Rock Pigeons can fly.

And they do wear pretty feathers.

Rock Pigeon, © Photo by Steve Kaye, in blog post, "Rock Pigeon Movie"

Rock Pigeon

And, most important, they have a funny style of walking.

So here is reminder to enjoy this simple bird that appears everywhere. Because it’s part of the vast spectrum of life that includes all of us. And it’s doing quite well being the best bird that it can be in a movie that everyone will find enjoyable.

Much success,

Steve Kaye

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Tip: Provide Water, Too

If you set out bird feeders, provide water. Simply use empty food containers. Of course, wash and rinse them first. Then fill with water and put them in your yard.

Every few days, replace the old containers with new (clean) containers containing fresh water.

Did You Know?

The most effective way to help birds is to buy land.

Here are three organizations that excel at doing this.

1) American Bird Conservancy

2) The Nature Conservancy

3) The Trust for Public Land

Please visit their web sites to learn about the work they do.

Here’s an excellent book: The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation

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1 Comment
  • Kathryn Grace
    Posted at 15:23h, 14 June

    We have a lot of pigeons here in the city. Watching them with the grandchildren is an eye opener because, as you say, it reminds me that even the humblest of birds have beautiful feathers, and they do scavenge a good deal of the food humans drop on the sidewalks.

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