pigeonry

pigeonry

(ˈpɪdʒɪnrɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Architecture) a loft for keeping pigeons in; dovecote; pigeon house
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Part of western New York has claimed so many homing pigeons it is called the "Bermuda Triangle of Pigeonry.
At the Temple in 1793, in response to the boy's entreaties, one of the towers was transformed into a pigeonry and his gaoler, Simon, had a birdcage built in one of the window recesses, even removing a plank from the boarded-up easement-window 'in order to provide the birds with light'.