Henry the Pigeon
Pigeons are a demonized bird. They are ubiquitous, messy, resistant to moving on, and noisy with their incessant cooing. Pigeons and farms go together. Places to roost and lay eggs are often widely available. They choose high spots, out of the reach of cats, rats, and people.
Lawn Griffiths, author of Batting Rocks over the Barn—An Iowa Farm Boy’s Od . . .