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tasneemj tasneemj is offline
Posted 21st June 2019, 09:53 AM
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Is this a disease?


I noticed some of my pigeons have lost feathers around their necks and some of them have churches around their eyes. I'm attaching pics here.
Can someone tell me if this is a disease and what I should do?
The pigeons seem unaffected otherwise, meaning they're eating and drinking normally.
We are in Fremont, CA 94536.
Thanks
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Posted 21st June 2019, 01:01 PM
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Hi, look under where you sign in you will see search click on it and type in neck feather loss this may help you. Beachwood

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Posted 21st June 2019, 04:37 PM
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Hi, it could feather mites i am not 100% sure, maybe someone else on the forum knows what is is but it looks like feather mites there is a product you can use for it in google search type in anti-sect 2000 for pigeons it is sold by global pigeon supply it cost about 20$ the main ingredent is permethrin i use a product called BRONCO i have used it for over 10 years it is very good for lice mites and other bugs i spray under the pigeons wings and on his back bronco only cost 7$ you can buy it in rural king, tractor supply and walmart and the main ingredent is also permethrin do not spray it in the eyes of the bird be very carfful when spraying and use light sprays. Beachwood
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Posted 21st June 2019, 08:22 PM
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Have never seen anything like that. Because you live Fremont, you are very close to the greatest vets in the US...Drs Speer and Olsen at Medical Center for Birds in Oakley. They will know what it is. Hope your birds are ok.
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Posted 21st June 2019, 10:55 PM
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They look just like the king pigeons I adopted from California: they were suffering from overcrowding and just about every parasite imaginable before the operation was shut down.
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