Pigeon's Life Cycle
The feral pigeon is capable of breeding throughout the
year and nests may be found in any month, however
the peak occurs between March and July. Usually, two
white eggs are laid on consecutive days. Incubation
lasts about 18 days with fledging taking place about
½ weeks later.
A new clutch can be laid when the first young are 20
days old. Therefore up to nine broods may be
produced per year by just one female pigeon.