This page contains the locations of all the pigeons in GTA 4. There are 200 pigeons to eliminate in total.
Finding and eliminating all of the pigeons in Liberty City will contribute towards 100% Completion, unlock the Flying Rats Trophy/Achievement, and spawn an Annihilator in Star Junction.
There are 56 pigeons to locate in Alderney.
Sitting on the edge of a half-sunken ship in the water behind the prison.
On the very top of a corrugated A-frame roof just off Toggle. You can climb the dumpsters nearby to reach the rooftops.
Sitting on the on the western side of the police station.
On the ground outside the police station fence, just below pigeon number 03.
Sitting on a rusty pipe elevated off the ground behind the fence that’s south of Musketeer. Climb the stars to the west and go east for an easy view.
On the skyway median just west of an entry/exit ramp.
Sitting on the ground among some trees on the western side of Plumbbob.
Sitting on the wall that separates the industrial park from the water.
On top of a wall panel in a ditch dug out on the western end of the industrial park.
Edit10. Mandrel Rd & Barsac Ave (Tudor)
On the eastern railing of the bridge.
Follow the concrete pillar supporting the skyway that’s on the north side of the water, west side of the skyway. The pigeon is at the very top of the pillar on the metal joint.
Follow the skyway on-ramp and climb on top of the portion of the crane marked “LCPD,” from which you can spot the pigeon on the other side of the white box.
On the very edge of the cliff by the water.
From the skyway, look east on top of a tall stack of shipping crates to spot the bird.
On top of the northern wall that’s underneath the skyway.
On a corrugated rooftop south of Hardtack overlooking an intersection of two unnamed streets below.
On top of one of the lower awnings in front of Honkers.
On top of a blue electrical box on the west side of Argus St.
On top of some blue shipping containers on the north side of the east end of the pier.
East of the roadway, under a tree in front of the eCola building.
On the eastern part of the rooftop of the auto parts building.
At the far east end of the pier, on top of a short pole.
On the corner of a brick wall just west of the intersection of Mueri and Odhner.
On top of one of the air conditioning units on the rooftop of the building just west of the northern entrance to the lot in the center of the block. You can climb the building from the western side.
Edit25. Tinderbox Ave & Mueri St (Normandy)
At the north end of the rail tracks that terminate at Tinderbox.
Edit26. Port Tudor (Normandy)
Behind a statue of a propeller just north of the fenced entrance to the port.
In some bushes next to a concrete wall at the southeast corner of the intersection at Babbage and Asahara.
On top of a small shed at the corner of Babbage and Drebbel, right in front of a Cluckin’ Bell.
On top of a tall concrete wall outside an apartment building on the west side of Vitullo.
On top of the church roof on the left side of the steeple.
In the shrubbery surrounding the forgotten fountain in the park.
At the base of the stairs of one of the Victorian houses on Aspdin.
On top of a short gravel hill at the right bend in Virtullo.
On top of a concrete wall that overlooks the bend in Koresh Sq.
At the western entrance to the tunnel, on top of the concrete wall, south side, on the surface.
Under the northern stairs that lead up to a concrete building off the pier.
East of the intersection at Applewhite and Rand, on the south side of Applewhite. The pigeon is atop a medium-height concrete wall. You can see it from the street.
Just west of Applewhite, in the area between it and Mahesh, the pigeon is at the very bottom of the large “The Science of Crime” billboard.
Sitting on a concrete wall between Applewhite and Mahesh below it. Best viewed from Applewhite since Mahesh is so far below.
East of the intersection of Jonestown and Boyden, behind a low gate on the north side of the street.
On the west side of the intersection of Myung and Jonestown, on the short wall at the top of the stairs that lead into the apartment building.
On the northeast corner of the first level of the tall gray building on the west side of Boyden.
Sitting on the northern end of the lower portion of Mr. Fuk’s rooftop.
Edit44. Panhandle Rd & Plumbers Skyway (Leftwood)
At the southern base of the skyway, below a tree that’s right next to a skyway support column.
Edit45. Panhandle Rd & Catskill Ave (Leftwood)
East of Panhandle and Catskill, on top of a building and under a billboard that’s just north of an entrance ramp to the skyway. From the skyway you can look north (and below) to spot the pigeon.
On the north side of the hospital, below a tree that’s next to an ambulance.
On top of the roof of the building between Bridger and Manzano, west side of Sacramento. You can climb onto the rooftops via a ladder in the alley off Sacramento. A second ladder leads to the highest rooftop where the pigeon is.
Off the east side of Bridger, in the grass north of the police station fencing.
On the eastern beach, sitting under a ramp just off Franklin and Applewhite.
On top of the hill overlooking Beaverhead, just off some unpaved roads.
Underneath a small bridge that leads north off of Beaverhead, behind a barrel fire.
On top of the fence on the south side of Big Horn that surrounds a backyard with a pool.
At the far south curve of Big Horn, on top of the brick fence on the south side of the street.
On the rooftop of Fanny’s Crab. You can get onto the roof of Leftwood Sports from the west side and jump to the Fanny’s Crab rooftop from there.
On top of an AC vent on the outside of a building on the east side of Ortiz.
Behind the large Victorian home on Owl Creek, sitting on the brick post at the top of the long stairway.
There are 72 pigeons to find on Liberty City’s main island.
On the railing at the north end of the building, in between Vespucci and Walnut at the part where the two roads come closest together.
Edit02. San Juan Road (East Holland)
Right near the water, sitting at the south end of a long row of white concrete blocks.
On the south side of the bridge, near the large support structure.
Edit04. East Borough Bridge (Charge Island)
At the northwest corner of Charge Island, sitting on a beached boat at the beginning of the northern dock.
Edit05. East Borough Bridge (Charge Island)
In the center of a parking lot, underneath the bridge throughway near a pair of car billboards.
If you’re traveling eastward on the bridge (starting in Algonquin), you’ll reach a portion of the bridge with a lot of overhead beams. On the very top of the first support beam is the pigeon.
At the south end of a ship in the bay, on top of a large box. From the water edge on Algonquin you can use the sniper rifle to shoot the pigeon.
On the inside corner of Quartz and Albany, on the corner of a railing.
Sitting on top of the northern pillar at the eastside entrance to the park.
On the east side of the roof of the green-topped building near the water. You can jump on top of the building.
Atop a short wall at the southwest corner of the plaza surrounding the fountain.
On top of a white awning on the northern corner of Obsidian and Columbus.
On the west side of the building at the north corner of Pyrite and Obsidian, just south of the wide stairway that leads into the building.
Edit14. Uranium St (East Holland)
From Uranium, go south into the alley between the buildings. The pigeon is on a short wall in plain view.
On the fire escape on the south side of the building at the northwest corner of Vespucci and Xenotime.
Sitting atop one of the short car stops at the entrance to the alleyway on the north side of Xenotime.
This pigeon is actually accessed via the street north of Xenotime. It’s atop a small wall ledge just off the south side of the street.
Inside a green garbage bin next to a stack of turquoise-colored pipes on the edge of the water.
Edit19. Astoria & Wardite St (East Holland)
On the southeast corner of Astoria and Wardite, midway up the fire escape on the north side of the building.
Edit20. Wardite St & Ivy Drive North (North Holland)
On a short wall overlooking the water’s edge.
Edit21. Vauxite St & Galveston Ave (North Holland)
Perched between two massive air vents on the rooftop of the hospital. To get there, enter the hospital parking space on the north side (south from Vauxite) and enter the white doorway next to the ambulance. Climb the stairs behind the door all the way to the hospital rooftop and look for a short ladder that leads to an even higher section of the roof with the pigeon.
Edit22. Vauxite St & Galveston Ave (North Holland)
From the stairway that leads to the hospital rooftop (mentioned in the description for pigeon number 21), look for an early exit to a lower rooftop. At the northwest corner of this rooftop, on the corner of the railing is the pigeon.
Edit23. Frankfort Ave & Uranium St (North Holland)
Sitting on the short wall that overlooks the train tracks on the east side of the street.
On the top of a short building next to a playground south of Topaz.
The Hickey Bridge has two large, green supports at its base, one on the west and one on the east. The pigeon is sitting atop the support on the east but on the west side of it. To snipe the pigeon, go to the area just south of the bridge that juts out into the river and look north.
Sitting on the southern railing of the west side of the bridge.
Sitting on a concrete block at the northwest corner of Ruby and Galveston.
In the window sill left of the entrance to the natural history museum.
On the western side of a government building between Ivy and Union.
Sitting in a tree planter on an elevated courtyard that hangs over Nickel.
In the alley behind the buildings on the southeast corner of Galveston and Hell Gate, sitting on a short wall.
There’s a cross-shaped shopping plaza in the center of the block. In the southern branch of the plaza, in a tree in front of the Seagull theater signs, is the pigeon.
The pigeon is at the very top of the eastern steeple of the church. Snipe the pigeon from the southeast corner of Lorimar and Bismarck.
Tucked in a tight corner under the Algonquin Bridge. From Union Drive directly under the bridge, go up the off-ramp on the west and look over the western railing. The pigeon is down below.
On the top of the building south of the western entrance to the bridge is a set of cable cars. The pigeon is on the ground between the cable cars. We got on top of the building by jumping from the bridge, though there are also stairs in the center of the plaza under the cable cars.
Underneath Union Drive as it curves left, against the wall and next to an arch supporting the freeway above.
Edit37. President Ave (Colony Island)
On the west side of the island, west of President Ave. Sitting on the wide stairway that leads down to the water.
Edit38. President Ave (Colony Island)
On the northwest corner of the eastern end of the cable car tram. You can snipe it from the corner of President Ave.
Edit39. President Ave (Colony Island)
On the northeast corner of the rooftop of the L-shaped building that’s represented on the map. Snipe it from the street.
Edit40. President Ave (Colony Island)
Sitting on a playground merry-go-round in the center of the park.
Edit41. President Ave (Colony Island)
In a third floor window on the eastern side of an abandoned building at the far south tip of the island.
Behind a large man-statue on the south side of Jade.
Perched in the tree on the sidewalk off the east side of Burlesque, just south of the BAWSAQ building.
On top of a blue metal box, just under the glowing “PARK” sign off the south side of Kunzite.
The pigeon is on a railing on the outside of the building on the southeast corner of Kunzite and an unmarked street (directly north of Split Sides), but very, very high. To get to it, ride a helicopter to the building rooftop (there’s a landing pad). Climb down the ladder on the west side of the building to the walkway with the railing where the pigeon is waiting.
To get to this pigeon you’ll want to first get onto the top of the remnants of an old train track. To do so, climb the stairs in the alley just off Hematite between Galveston and Frankfort (at the location of pigeon number 47). Follow the tracks north to Kunzite, where they go through a building. The pigeon is on the tracks, between the pillars holding up the building.
Sitting underneath the southernmost end of the train track remnants that ride over the streets on the west side of the island. Climb the stairs south of Hematite and look east to spot the bird.
On top of a covered bus stop.
From Union Drive West you can go behind a wall colored like the Italian flag (green, white, red). In the wooded area behind the wall is the pigeon.
On a railing in the alley between Union Drive West and Liberty Ln.
Perched on a grave stone in the cemetary behind the church.
To get to this pigeon, first go to the east side of the building on Denver-Exeter and Hermatite. You can travel to the top of the building by walking into the blue arrow. The pigeon is on the concrete wall surrounding the rooftop observatory.
In the mouth of the massive shark coming out of the north side of the building on the southeast corner of Burlesque and Iron.
On the southeast corner of the glass canopy at Viendemente.
Behind a fence in the alley on the south side of the Garnet overpass.
Sitting on a railing at the very top of the westmost support of the bridge. To get there, you’ll need to employ a helicopter.
Sitting on top of the westmost ramp in the skate park under the south lane of the bridge. Park a car by the corner of the ramp so you can jump on top to get to the pigeon.
Sitting on a hitch between the railing overlooking the water just off bus lane.
Get on top of the buildings that line the southeast waterfront via the construction ramps in the yard northwest of the buildings. From the rooftop pictured to the right, look down into an alcove below. The pigeon is far back in the alcove, but launching a rocket into the alcove will take care of it.
On top of the highest yellow shipping container at the south end of the island, just off the water.
Sitting on a railing of a boat ramp that leads into the water.
Among the bushes in the planter boxes on the east side of Denver.
Sitting in the center of a walkway between Privateer Road and South Parkway.
Sitting on a small lightpost in the alley between Bismarck and Amsterdam.
On the north side of the city hall building, in between the row of benches.
Edit66. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
Sitting on the top level of the platform at the base of the statue, on the north side.
Edit67. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
On top of the front of the statue’s crown. Can be sniped from the base of the statue, north side.
Edit68. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
On the edge of the lid of the cup the statue is holding in its right hand. Can be sniped from the same position as pigeon 67.
Edit69. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
On top of the right thumb of the statue that’s holding the cup. Again, you can snipe it from the base of the statue, north side.
Edit70. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
On the statue’s left shoulder, in the corner where the shoulder connects with the neck. Can be sniped from the base of the statue, northwest side.
Edit71. Statue of Happiness (Happiness Island)
On the left hand of the statue, between the thumb and forefinger holding the tablet. Can be sniped at the western side of the statue from the base.
On the west side of the yard in front of the Civilization Committee building, sitting in a statue. You can see the statue from behind the fence that separates the yard from Albany, which is good because if you try to step foot in the yard you’ll instantly get a four star wanted level. Snipe the pigeon from the street.
There are 22 pigeons to find in the Bohan district.
Northeast of the intersecting roads, sitting on some rocks right on the water’s edge.
Sitting on a trash can in the center of the alley between Planche and Flanger.
Sitting on a small wall at the center of the culdesac.
Sitting atop a light coming out of the northern corner of the building on the east side of the street.
Sitting in the front window of the rusted boat on the dock.
On top of the tall brick building across from the train track bridge. On the south side of the building is a set of stairs and ladders that’ll get you to the top where you can find the pigeon.
The pigeon is on a concrete wall on the south end of the roadway. You can climb the wall from the lower point to the west and move east to find the pigeon.
Sitting on top of one of the high points on the brick wall in the corner of Green Ave.
Underneath the pier on the north shore.
Near the beach, sitting atop a small concrete wall.
Sitting on a rock that juts out from the north side of Elbow, overhanging a grassy area and trail to the north.
Edit12. Grand Boulevard (Boulevard)
On top of a gate post on the north side of the buildings just south of Grand Boulevard.
Sitting on a fence pole in the southeast corner of the alley. The fence surrounds a part of the alley that recedes into the ground.
Inside a small area fenced in by tall wooden boards in the construction zone under the uncompleted roadway overhead.
Just off of Wallkill, on the brick wall remains of a building that doesn’t exist anymore.
Sitting on another part of the same brick wall as pigeon number 15.
On the southeast corner of the cleaners’ roof.
Uhh, right next to pigeon number 17. Serious.
Look for a row of tall rocks leading out to the water. The pigeon is on the smallest rock, furthest from the land.
In a large concrete tube south of Gainer and west of the East Borough Bridge.
Underneath Attica, just off the water there’s a set of stairs and a concrete walkway with the pigeon.
On a railing just outside the corner of a building and an alley of Spin St.
There are 22 pigeons to find in Broker.
Edit01. On the Beach (Firefly Island)
Under a dock, on the beach at the far south corner of Broker.
Atop a brick wall just off the street under the freeway.
On the corner of a railing between the street at the buildings.
At the base of the median between the two lanes of traffic.
Edit06. Crockett Ave (Firefly Island)
Sitting atop the highest part of the rollercoaster. Getting to the top seems impossible, so use a sniper rifle if you’ve got one.
Edit07. Ferris Wheel (Firefly Island)
On the upper part of the bottom of the large ferris wheels. We climbed on top of the building surrounding the base of the ferris wheel to view it from the top.
Edit08. Delaware Ave (Firefly Island)
On top of the arches behind the gazebo overlooking the beach. If you’re facing away from the beach, the pigeon is on the left.
Sitting atop one of the poles coming out of the small dock on the water.
At the top of a door, inside an alcove on the inside of the courtyard.
Sitting on top of the Perestroika awning. We sniped it from the freeway just south of Outlook Park.
Sitting on the railing of the gazebo in the park.
On top of the eastern side of the large “Broker Navy Yard” sign.
On top of a pipe that runs along the inside of the red building.
Go into the alley behind the houses and climb on top of the metal-roofed shed. The pigeon is on a landing to the right.
On the corner of the Jerk N Gizzada building.
On top of a green canopy structure, north side.
Enter an open garage door and look for the pigeon on the fire escape railing.
On the railing of an entryway to one of the houses right on the street.
On the lower part of the fire escape just off the street.
At the base of the expressway wall, just south of the Burger Shot.
Under the center lanes of the expressway. You can go under the expressway and look up to spot the glowing pigeon.
There are 28 pigeons to find in Dukes.
Perched on the huge wall behind Creek St Diner and just right of the “Storage” building.
Edit02. Hooper St & Franklin St (East Island City)
Inside the tunnel that runs under Hooper St.
At the top of the diving board above the pool that’s filled with water.
Atop a small A-frame building at the base of the hill just west of Dukes Drive.
On top of the monkey bars on the small jungle gym with a red roof.
Atop the brick wall at the entrance to the lot north of Dukes Drive.
On the ground at the base of the tree, right next to the entrance to the north lot of Dukes Drive (yes, right next to pigeon numero six).
Sitting on a rock in the foresty area just off the north side of the street.
Edit09. Brandon Ave & Franklin St (Steinway)
Sitting under a ramp just off the northeast corner of Brandon & Franklin.
Edit10. Morris St & Brandon Ave (East Island City)
Climb the stairs from the street to reach the train platform above. The pigeon is in the rafters over the platform.
Sitting in a tree off the northwest corner of the intersection.
On top of a fence in the alley behind the houses off Yorktown.
Sitting at the base of a pillar on the south side of the bridge.
Perched on top of a basketball hoop backboard.
Edit15. Hancock St & San Jacinto Ave (East Island City)
This pigeon is hiding inside the top portion of this building and is not visible from the streets. You can ride a chopper to the rooftop to spot it, or just throw a grenade into the window from the streets.
The pigeon is at the top of the chimney of the southmost house on the street. You can get a good view of the chimney from the train tracks to the east of the houses.
Two separate train tracks cross at this point. Go to the first train platform (up one level, still under another platform) and look for the pigeon on a roof behind a row of ticket machines.
At the base of a tall statue south of the water fountains.
In the southwest entranceway to the circus arena (you can push through the doors to enter).
At the top of a short wall surrounding a small concrete structure between some trees.
At the back of the green canopy overhanging the southwestern entrance to the building.
Sitting inside a doorway on the rooftop of the building at the northwest corner of Seymour and Howard. To get to it, go to the top of the train station to the south. At the west end of the train platform you can climb onto the rooftop (use a bench or short wall for a boost) and cross the roofs to the top at the other side of the street.
Perched in the rafters under the train tracks just north of the car wash.
Sitting on a short pole just in front of the toll booths.
The airport building east of the parking lots has two circular openings in the wall near the rooftop. The pigeon is in the southmost circular opening. You can either take it out with a grenade from below or climb to the train platform (there are stairs at the entrance to the northern parking lot) and run south to peek into the opening with a sniper rifle.
Go north on the train tracks and watch the right edge. The track will eventually come very close to a rooftop at the northeastern edge of the oval track. You can hop over the track railing to land on the rooftop, and from there go right to find the pigeon between two air conditioners.
This pigeon is on the very center of the railing at the higheset point of the airport control tower at the eastern end of the airport. To get this guy, you need two things: 1) a sniper rifle and 2) large cojones. Get behind the main airport building (the one with pigeon number 25 in the circular opening). There’s a fence that separates the safe zone (west) from the highly secured airport runway (east). You need to cross this line and get close enough to the control tower that the game begins rendering the pigeon. This will trigger a four star alarm, but you have time to pull out your sniper rifle and peg the bird from directly west of its location.
Sitting on the base of the sixth water-covered support under the Dukes Bay Bridge. The undulating water level will bring you high enough to grab onto the support so you can get the pigeon.