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Soon, Sabrina begins to feel an uncomfortable nudge that her new life is just about to be toppled What's going to be the target of your aggression? There's a reason that albino birds and other animals born without any color pigment generally don't live long in the wild: They're easily seen, they can't hide, and predators single them out for attack.

What are "peace doves"? Doves have been a symbol of peace for thousands of years, in part because of the biblical story of the ark, in which a dove brought an olive branch to Noah, showing that dry land was near and the terrible flood would soon be over. Christianity, especially, adopted the dove as a religious icon.


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Are doves really peaceful? Not particularly.

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They have weak feet and small bills and mostly mind their own business, walking around eating seeds and the occasional tiny bug. But they're just as likely to fight each other over territory with lots of wing-slapping as any other species. I once saw a mourning dove chase a blue jay away from a bird feeder.

No wimpy bird gets the best of a blue jay.

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Why were these doves white? Because white symbolizes peace, purity, serenity, and other good stuff. But here's the thing: There are no pure-white doves in the natural world.


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The ones that were released were the result of hundreds of years of domestication and breeding, creating these freakishly white birds for use as pets, and for release at weddings and other ceremonies. What were the birds that attacked the peace doves? One was a hooded crow , and the other was a yellow-legged gull.

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Both are very common birds in Europe. The former is related to the American crow , while the latter is related to the herring gull that's so familiar on seashores and at garbage dumps. The crow and the gull are both omnivorous, which means they eat anything from discarded French fries on a parking lot to nestlings stolen from other birds' nests and carrion on a roadside.