Included below within each section as well as basic Pigeon Types UK details and bird facts there is a small audio player of Pigeon Types UK bird calls. Below there are links which go to each sub section of Pigeon Types UK.
Collared Dove Bird
The Collared Dove likes to eat forms of grain. Throughout Britain all year round Nests found in trees and some secluded buildings Very Common Grey with white tail-band and a small black neck mark. Male and females are very similar. Nests made with twigs and rootlets hold young doves for three weeks and a pair can have up to five broods each year. Includes Collared Dove bird call.
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Stock Dove Bird
The Stock Dove will mainly eat seeds. Visible across all of Britain except some northern parts of Ireland and Scotland. They nest in holes in trees or rocks made of twigs or roots. Present all year. Small than the Wood Pigeon, the Stock Dove is grey with darker wings and a mild purple-green breast. Two eggs are laid in a clutch and are incubated by both parents for around 16 - 18 days. Includes Stock Dove bird call.
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Wood Pidgeon Bird
Despite their reputation as a placid stocky bird pottering around an urban back garden the Wood pigeon is fond of many farm crops which they can heavily damage such as potatoes, beans, cereals and more. They will also typically eat buds, seeds, nuts and berries. Visible across the entire United Kingdom. They build a nest out of fine twigs. Present all year. Britain's largest Pigeon, the Wood Pidgeon has a white patch on the neck and wings. They have a reddish-grey breast and dark grey outer wings. They lay two eggs which are incubated for up to 35 days. Includes Wood Pidgeon bird call.
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