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A study on a population of speckled Columba guinea and feral Columba livia pigeons on the University of South Africa's (UNISA) Muckleneuk campus was conducted from March 2013 to February 2014. Morning and evening counts, once a week, were conducted by an observer who also noted the presence of breeding activity and the use of ledges in relation to aspect and levels of buildings. The pigeon population index fluctuated seasonally. Breeding occurred throughout the year, with notable peaks anddoi:10.15666/aeer/1404_399419 fatcat:f4metc7a4bh3hp3yvwjr6rttbq