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Regalia   

In shelter Bird

San Francisco, CA, 94124
Pet name:
Regalia
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Pigeon
Date:
06/17/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
NOVEMBER 2021 UPDATE: Regalia is all grown up & a very intense manbird. He was married to a small, timid pigeon for a time but was too domineering with her & is now single. Will be interesting to see who he is when he marries again. He may be the same or quite different. Time will tell.

Regalia is all white with a little (at the moment) pink bottom, named Regalia because of her marina rescue, she is constantly trying to figure these humans out. She is sweet with a stop it-some more attitude. She is a favorite of her foster mom. She had a small preening injury from a flock mate and is working through it like a champ with no foreseeable complications. Regalia & friends rescue is a cautionary tale of an inhumane release done by a well meaning person. They were raised for squab, bought from a butcher and released, they were unable to feed themselves, drink or know that they could fly. At least 5 were released, one was killed by a predator & we rescued the surviving 4 10/7/19.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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