Why Do Pigeons COO?

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Pigeons coo as a way of attracting mating partners. Cooing is mainly done by males in this regard. When pigeons are done mating, they usually make a clapping sound. Pigeons make both vocal and non-vocal sounds.
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Pigeons coo when they are happy. Don't get it mixed with an owl going coo coo. If pigeons feel bad the make a different noise.
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They do that because.they are pigeons. Most birds are vocal in the early morning and late afternoon. Do you cover them at night? It the time an issue? They do cover them with a dark
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Pigeons coo for many reasons. Males coo to attract mates and defend
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I had a dreadful problem with pigeons roosting and breeding. The noise and filth was unbelievable. My house has 3 floors and as I got them away from one place, they just found another
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