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A fledgling Leeds-based rescue and rehab centre is celebrating after helping hundreds of pigeons.

Copyright: Hayley Davenport

Hope’s Haven was started by Hayley Davenport in April 2021 and is named after the first bird she rescued.

Ms Davenport told BBC Radio Leeds: “I got her when she was a very tiny baby, fed her up and she’s a fully-grown adult now.

“A lot of people just think they are flying vermin, but it’s really not the case.

“They’ve all got their own personality. They’re not all the same. They have their own little quirks and it’s quite funny to watch them interact.”

Ms Davenport, who lives in Halton, Leeds, is now appealing to people to look out for pigeons which are hurt, injured or unwell.

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