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- The common wood pigeon, an Old World species of pigeon, Columba palumbus.
- Any of several related species of pigeon in the genus Columba.
- A very large (up to 650 grams) species of pigeon native to New Zealand, Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae.
- (Columba palumbus): culver, common woodpigeon, zoozoo
- (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae): kereru, kererū, kūkū, kūkupa, New Zealand pigeon