Pigeons posses remarkable navigational skills, and can even distinguish between cubist and impressionist paintings, but sadly lack any sense of history. Seen here happily ‘decorating’ the proud statue of Sir Winston Churchill, outside Spring Garden Rd Library, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
In their defence, pigeons played a vital role in WWII, and many a ditched aircrew would have drowned had their carrier pigeons not made it back to base.
Perhaps our feathered friends are just trying to help the late great wartime leader with his hair loss.
(This week’s drawing in the local rag.)