Richard Chandler / July 2021 – vol. 114, issue 7, pp 422 Mid-morning on 28th August 2020, I saw a Wood Pigeon Columba palumbus wing-flapping vigorously, apparently mating, in a tree in our front garden in Oundle, Cambridgeshire. I did not pay particular attention as a pair had been nesting close by for several weeks. Later that day, I found a dead Wood Pigeon at the base of the tree where the activity had taken place. I picked up the dead bird... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.