Blane Klemek column: Rock doves are common feral birds
There was a time in my life that I lived and worked in downtown Chicago.
European starlings, house sparrows and pigeons were the most widespread city-dwelling birds that I encountered, but other common songbirds were also plentiful, especially throughout the residential neighborhoods, suburbs and the city's surprisingly diverse and numerous nature preserves.
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