I would imagine it’s hard to catch a pigeon. Don’t they have wings and stuff?
Depends where it is. A friend and I once successfully caught a pigeon that had flown into our college’s dining hall by getting it into a corner then throwing a jacket over it. Pigeons can’t take off vertically, so you can back it into a corner such that it can’t get enough height to fly over you in the space it has available.
Bait also works- there was a guy who caught pigeons in Trafalgar Square in London using a suitcase filled with birdseed, which he would leave open then close once they went in. He was allegedly selling them to Chinese restaurants which sold them as chicken.
Of course they searched that pigeon, it’s black!!
Illegality aside, it’s a pretty clever idea. I’m curious about how the pouch is secured.
It’s just the evolution of pigeon culture.
Stop that Yankee Doodle Pigeon
I can’t get over how guilty that pigeon looks.
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