One volunteer counted 261 dead migratory birds surrounding the World Trade Center complex on Tuesday morning.
Scientists are noticing widespread body-part growth in animals and believe human-caused climate change is the likely reason.
Animal advocates in Hawaii are pitted against each other: split between protecting the endangered birds and protecting the feral cats.
Plus, data shared with VICE shows that around three times as many 18 to 29-year-olds took up the hobby over the last year.
Australian authorities are planning to kill the pigeon because it could pose a threat to the domestic bird population.
There are only an estimated 400 breeding pairs left in the wild.
So if you’re called a 'bird brain', take it as a compliment.
Some scientists think the deaths may be tied to climate change and the fires ravaging the West Coast.
Scientists are urging people to turn off their lights and let pigeons get some rest.
A nonprofit pigeon rescue called Lofty Hopes is trying to track down the birds—and figure out why the hell anyone would do this.
Pigeon fancier Lorenzo van Russel grew up keeping pigeons. As an adult, he turned that hobby into what he says is major money.