Tuesday, 3 July 2007


When I went up on the roof this morning to survey my surveillance I was confronted with a vision so hideous I almost fell off the fire escape.

'Baby' Pigeons must be one of the ugliest creations known to man and any sign that the local pigeon population is growing only serves to remind me how much of my prime sunflower hearts go to the feral population, not to mention the hard hours of Guano sweeping I've put in over the years.

But, somehow, this pathetic little maverick stole a piece of my heart. Perhaps it's the way he refused to take flight despite the rest of his family fleeing for their lives or perhaps it was the way he belligerently walked back to his favourite position after I'd shooed him across the roof.


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