wood pigeon, pheasant, partridge, grouse, peacocks, hares, wild rabbits, and waterfowl are all dietary staples.
In some places he is called the rain crow, and in other places the wood pigeon; but of course he is neither a crow nor a pigeon.
A man was feeding with breadcrumbs a wood pigeon at his feet.
He could make little cages out of rushes for the grasshoppers to sing in, and he knew where the wood pigeon built her nest.
The tropical bird and the wood pigeon had as much likeness in every thing else.
The Passenger Pigeon is a wood pigeon, nesting and roosting in trees.
And there followed a long silence, unbroken save for the soft cooing of a wood pigeon in the trees overhead.
The wood pigeon has been observed to increase in numbers in Europe also, when pains have been taken to exterminate the hawk.
A wood pigeon cooed tranquilly in the cedar, and Lady Louisa groaned.
Alice laughed, a clear laugh that mingled musically with the call of a wood pigeon in the green dimness above.