The Woodpigeon is the most widespread of Britain's pigeons and is considered a pest by many farmers for the damage it creates to agricultural crops. It will even mix with Feral Pigeons right into city centres exploiting almost anything offered in the form of seed or food scraps.
In the countryside, the Woodpigeon frequently congregates in huge flocks out of the breeding season either to roost together or to gorge themselves on ripening crops. They do enormous damage, not only to grain and corn but also to green crops like cabbages and Brussels sprouts.
If you would like to attract these birds to your garden try Original Wild Bird Food and Garden Pheasant Mix which contains split grain.