Columba livia (Carrier Pigeon) is a species of birds in the family Columbidae. They are associated with freshwater habitat. They are native to Zambia, Egypt, CôTe D’Ivoire, Guam, China, Myanmar, Ghana, Mozambique, Libya, Estonia, Finland, Tunisia, Serbia And Montenegro, Bulgaria, North Korea, South Korea, Poland, Cyprus, Togo, Greece, Mali, Denmark, Andorra, Lithuania, Kyrgyzstan, United Kingdom, Kazakhstan, Australia, Sao Tome And Principe Exclusive Economic Zone, Ethiopia, Guinea, Macedonia, Chad, Turkey, French Polynesia, Mauritania, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Syria, Belarus, Moldova, Pakistan, Morocco, Uganda, Algeria, Belgium, Guernsey, Senegal, Ireland, Scandinavia, Democratic Republic Of The Congo, Kenya, Cook Islands, Slovakia, Mauritius, Slovenia, Romania, France, San Marino, Latvia, RéUnion, South Africa, Italy, Iceland, Malta, Monaco, Gabon, Turkmenistan, Namibia, Indonesia, The Gambia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Cape Verde, Laos, Germany, Burkina Faso, the Palearctic, Nepal, Vietnam, Faroe Islands, Norway, Somalia, Albania, Liberia, Isle Of Man, New Caledonia, Sudan, Seychelles, Lebanon, Western Sahara, Uzbekistan, Sweden, Yugoslavia, Croatia, Russia, Nigeria, Mongolia, Guinea-Bissau, Eritrea, India, Afghanistan, and Spain. They are diurnal. They have parental care (pair provides care). They rely on flight to move around.
EOL has data for 48 attributes, including: