Routine pigeon care is fairly straightforward. Provide clean water in a bowl. The other supplies you will need can be purchased at a feed store or farm supply store. Containers of grit and oyster shell should be placed in the box or cage. You may be able to find a bag of food formulated for pigeons - that would be best. If that isn't available, go for a mix of field peas, cracked corn, wheat, oats, barley, etc. Different grains are available in different parts of the country, but try to get a mix, because providing only one or two will lead to deficiencies. You shoudl also add some chopped fresh fruits and vegetables to the diet. Pet stores also sell dove feed, which is fine for pigeons, too. It is more expensive, but comes in smaller bags.
If you plan to keep the pigeon in a cage, you'll need one sized for a small parrot. Bigger is better. If the care involved sound slike too much, another option is to turn the pigeon over to an animal shelter (however, they may euthanize it). Here is a site where you can read more about pigeon care:
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