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Pigeon
   infant is called a   
Squab
Lieutenant Pigeon
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
Mouldy Old Dough
October 8 1972 for 4 weeks
New Fast Automatic Daffodils
   released the album   
Pigeon Hole (1990)
1914
   was the year   
The Passenger Pigeon Became Extinct
Once probably the most common bird in the world, Martha, the last remaining Passenger Pigeon, died in the Cincinnati Zoo on September 1st 1914
Pigeon
   in Italian is   
Piccione
Pigeon Detectives
   had a U.K. Top 40 single hit with   
I'm Not Sorry
2007
Pigeon Detectives
   had a U.K. Top 40 single hit with   
Take Her Back
2007
The Bones of a Pigeon Are So Light That They Weigh Less Than Its Feathers
   is   
True
Stool Pigeon
   is hobo slang for   
An Informer
Patrick Süskind
   wrote   
The Pigeon
Nicobar Pigeon
   belong to the order   
Columbiformes
Feeds on the ground in rainforest and mangrove swamps
Passenger Pigeon
   belong to the order   
Columbiformes
Extinct; last one died in the Cincinnati Zoo in 1914
Dhan Gopal Mukerji
   wrote   
Gayneck, the Story of a Pigeon
1928
The Pigeon and the Dove
   was written by   
Madame D'Aulnoy
Les Contes des Fees, 1698
Pigeon House
   was created by   
Kate Chopin
From "The Awakening", 1899
Johnny Stool Pigeon (1949)
   the femme fatale was   
Shelly Winters
Empty Sky
   features   
Skyline Pigeon
1969
Pigeon
   means   
A Young Girl
Clay Pigeon
   means   
An Easily Victimized Person
Lieutenant Pigeon
   performed   
Mouldy Old Dough
1972, UK 1
Pigeon
   is a bundle word for   
Era of Slobs
Mouldy Old Dough
   was performed by   
Lieutenant Pigeon
Raymond Blanc
   is known for   
Squab Pigeon Baked in Salt Pastry Crust
Blanc is the owner and chef at Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons, in England. The restaurant has 2 Michelin stars.
1914
   was the year   
The Passenger Pigeon Became Extinct
Once probably the most common bird in the world, Martha, the last remaining Passenger Pigeon, died in the Cincinnati Zoo on September 1st 1914
Operation Columba
   was the codename for the   
British Confidential Pigeon Service
An unconventional operation involving air-dropping homing pigeons behind enemy lines in German-occupied homing pigeons
Manhattan (1979)
   contains the line   
"I Think People Should Mate for Life, Like Pigeons or Catholics."
Donald Barthelme
   wrote   
The Flight of Pigeons from the Palace
In "Forty Stories"
Pigeon-Toed, Swayback, Splayfoot
   are all   
Equine Imperfections
Pigeons Can See Ultraviolet Lights
   is   
True
Mike Tyson
   owns/owned   
Pigeons
Breeds racing pigeons.
'Roll Call' by William Stafford
   has the opening lines   
Red Wolf Came, and Passenger Pigeon, the Dodo Bird...
All the gone or endangered came ... American poet and pacifist, 1914-1993
Doves and Pigeons
   are all   
Columbiformes
George Papashvily
   created the sculpture   
Pigeons, 1948






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