Poppy wreaths have mysteriously vanished from the Australian Memorial Plaque in Canberra over the course of several years.
A bird grabbed them up and threw them in its nest.A pigeon’s daily ritual was to visit Canberra’s War Memorial’s Tomb of a Fallen Soldiers.
The memorial’s website has this information.
Flowers on the monument had begun to wither by the time the memorial’s keepers checked on it in October. For some reason, it takes everyone a long to make up their minds.
In a tiny spot above a stained-glass window, a worker uncovered a stunning nest. By his word, they were informed.
For the pigeon to be a genuine veterinarian spared the people’s displeasure was
As Dr. Hampton goes on to say, «when we talk about animals in battle, we’re speaking about their doing something human humans couldn’t achieve on their own….»
Due to language limitations, soldiers had difficulty communicating with each other throughout both the first and second phases of the combat.
Pigeons, according to historian Melia Hampton, were utilized as messenger birds throughout both World Wars.