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." These three pigeons know one thing: They're headed for trouble.
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'.