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  • Jeff Cochran

    Nicobar Pigeons. photo by melepix...Wow these are beautiful birds.

  • Joanny Grimes

    Nicobar Pigeons Spun: #Baby Animals|

  • Regina Salazar

    Nicobar Pigeons (photo by melepix) ... Imagine if urban pigeons were these colors!

  • Billie Bianchi

    The Nicobar pigeon's breeding range encompasses the Andaman and Nicobar Islands of India, the Mergui Archipelago of Myanmar, offshore islands of south-western Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, southern Cambodia and Vietnam, and many of the small islands between Sumatra, the Philippines and the Solomon Islands. On Palau, the only distinct subspecies C. n. pelewensis is found.[2]

  • Diane Buckler

    Nicobar Pigeons by melepix.. Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples

  • Mary Jo Lake

    Nicobar Pigeons ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends ll" board @

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