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A friend of the feathered
Gary Davison tends to some of his younger pigeons. Davison has about 100 pigeons all together. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
On a farm in rural Monticello, soft cooing comes from an aged red building. Occasionally, a slight thump can be detected, accompanied by the heavy sound of flapping wings shifting wind, akin to the noise a high-powered fan makes when switched on and off quickly.