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22 June 2010 | By: M@

Tiny Perching Pigeons In Trafalgar Square

Tiny Perching Pigeons In Trafalgar Square

Ken Livingstone may have banned pigeons from their ancestral home of Trafalgar Square, but the occasional avian rebel still intrudes. Last night a whole flock invaded. Members of Stitch London (formerly Stitch and Bitch) inundated the Square with tens of hand-made birds, reclaiming the space for dove-kind. The tiny perching pigeons were designed by Anna Hrachovec, who specialises in extremely cute knit-critters.


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Sarah Wallace

hahaha that's funny...no idea why they were removed in the first place..they were contributing to the attraction of the Trafalgar square...i still remember when i been there people use to enjoy and feed them..kids use to love running around them..its so boring now...only water fountain in between and some form of art...

Sarah wallace


Fun =)


Funny :D


Omg they're really great:) I would like to know how to make such a lovely bird:)