Have you ever wondered why you don't see baby pigeons?
Have you ever wondered why pigeons spend so much time walking
when they could be flying?
Some of US spend so much time walking when we could be flying.
This is why you don't see Baby pigeons -
First of all, unlike other birds, pigeons hide their nests.
When they emerged in Asia, pigeons were cliff-dwellers. Now
they build their messy nests of sticks inside the guts of
bridges, or atop tall buildings, or on top of your air
Also, pigeons are very protective and babying parents. They lay
only two eggs at a time, and spoil those babies shamefully. By
the time they leave the nest, the babies are almost the same
size as their parents.
That's why you don't see baby pigeons.
The parents spoil the kids by keeping them sheltered and inside
away from the world until they are almost grown.
Is it any wonder why they fly as little as possible?
Think about that the next time you see a pigeon,
a big one walking.