Scientific Name: Patagioenas fasciata
Lushootseed name for Pigeon: Həbuʔ Click Here to Listen
Band-tailed Pigeons are common in Pacific Northwest Coast forests and suburban areas. They eat seeds and berries, including elderberries, cascara, madrone and salal berries. They nest in Douglas Fir trees, sometimes producing three nesting cycles per year.
For more information visit Cornell University’s Ornithology Lab’s All About Birds. https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Band-tailed_Pigeon
Visit Audubon Society’s Field Guide that also includes projected impacts of climate change on Band-tailed Pigeons. https://www.audubon.org/field-guide/bird/band-tailed-pigeon