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White Pigeon
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Main appearance(s)
Habitat(s)

White Pigeons are Creatures in Breath of the Wild.[1]

Characteristics

Hyrule Compendium Entry

039 (039) White Pigeon
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Description
This white-feathered breed of pigeon lives in the Hebra region. It's said that a wood pigeon survived atop a snowy mountain by changing its feathers to blend in with the snow and soon after became a white pigeon. They have an extra layer of fat to guard against the cold, so they have been known to yield high-quality meat.
Common Locations
Hebra Mountains
Gerudo Highlands
Recoverable Materials
Raw Bird Thigh Raw Whole Bird

White Pigeons evolved from Wood Pigeons, turning white to blend in with the snow.[2] They're commonly found in the Hebra Mountains, though they also live in the Gerudo Highlands.[3] Their extra layer of meat protects them from the cold, and as a result, they yield high quality meat.[4] When they're killed, White Pigeons drop either a Raw Bird Thigh or a Raw Whole Bird.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
LanguageNameMeaning
NetherlandsDutchWitte duif 
GermanyGermanSchneetaubeSnoe pigeon
ItalyItalianColomba biancaWhite dove
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See Also

References

  1. "White Pigeon" — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "It's said that a wood pigeon survived atop a snowy mountain by changing its feathers to blend in with the snow and soon after became a white pigeon." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "This white-feathered breed of pigeon lives in the Hebra region." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "They have an extra layer of fat to guard against the cold, so they have been known to yield high-quality meat." — Hyrule Compendium (Breath of the Wild)
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