W o o d p i g e o n s n e s t i n g o n sea cliffs and i n s i d e buildings Woodpigeons Columba palumbus usually nest on trees, in bushes, hedges, thickets or among creepers, and occasionally on the ground or on ledges of buildings (BWP vol. 4 ) . An exceptional nest site was on an offshore lighthouse in Buchan, east Aberdeenshire, Grampian (Brit. Birds 64: 194-195). I have since located three fu...

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