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Filthy? Pests? Author sees the beauty in the bird.

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / April 18, 2007

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Andrew Blechman sat on a bench on Boston Common, feeding Cheerios to an attentive band of Columba livia, a.k.a. rock pigeons, a.k.a. plain old American city pigeons. Passersby looked at him askance, but Blechman was enjoying himself. (Full article: 1071 words)

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