Been a long time, but here it is!
Like its previous evolution, Pidgeotto are pretty shy and hard to be seen in nature. But unlike Pidgey, they’re also very agressive prey birds. Having great sight, Pidgeotto is able to see the fartest target without a problem.
Even though they’re not as hard to train as a Fearow, it’s still a challenge. In ancient times, royal families had the habit of training giant Pidgeottos to use in traditional hunting. Having a Pidgeotto in the family was a symbol of status, and since they were considered prettier as Pidgeottos, most families didn’t let them evolve, hence the lack of Pidgeots in nature, althought this is now changing, and Pidgeots are slowly getting out of the extinction border.