The Atlantic’s John Metcalfe asks, “Why aren’t cities littered with dead pigeons?”
The favorite rumpus room of the pigeon, New York City, is thought to contain anywhere between 1 and 7 million of the flapping rats of the sky.
So where are all the dead ones?
The dog I had when I was young would chase after pigeons for her first year. Never did catch one. That was probably a good thing after seeing some of the videos accompanying this article.