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The wood pigeon (Columba palumbus) is the largest and most common of Britain's doves and pigeons. Though wood pigeon is the most commonly used name, this bird is also known as the woody, cushat, cushy-do, quist, ringdow and ring dove. It’s by far the most numerous large wild bird in Britain, with a population estimated at around 2.5 million pairs. The Wood Pigeon is generally grey with a pinkish breast and green, white and purple patch on the neck. The tail has a black tip and the wings have a prominent white patch. The eye is a bright yellow. The legs and bill are pink.
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