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  1. General Discussions
    As most of you probably know, all the Breed Of The Week forum photos were lost when we lost our Gallery capability. I do have some of the photos on my computers at home and will be working on "fixing" the lost ones that I can. I am posting to let you know the our member, Bigislerollers, has...
  2. General Discussions
    There have been a few questions lately about the Breed Of The Week Forums. Sadly, they died a slow and painful death due to lack of volunteers to write articles and post them in those forums. If anyone cares to write a Breed Of The Week article, you need to let me or John_D know so we can give...
  3. General Discussions
    Many, many thanks to FBirdie82 for the wonderful article about Frillbacks! Please treat yourself and view the article and photos here: http://www.pigeons.biz/forums/f82/frillback-lockentauben-34148.html The discussion thread is here...
  4. General Discussions
    We do not have anyone scheduled for a Breed Of The Week article for this Friday, and I will be working out of town Friday through Sunday and will not be able to do one. Hopefully we can get back on track next week. If anyone would care to volunteer to do a Breed Of The Week, please let me...
  5. Breeds - Information & Identification
    Darth Vader Mr. Chuck Zeller of the Los Angeles Pigeon Club is a well known and very experienced West Of England Tumbler fancier. Chuck has graciously provided me with a copy of an article that he wrote about Wests, and I have copied and pasted it here for your enjoyment. This article and...
  6. Breeds - Information & Identification
    We have a "surprise" Breed Of The Week today .. Ringneck Doves. The article is now available for viewing and discussion. You can read it here Ringneck Doves Terry
  7. Breeds - Information & Identification
    We have had to have a change in plans for the Breed Of The Week for today. Instead of American Show Racers by George Simon, we have Modenas by Yellowking. Many thanks to Yellowking for this terrific article and pictures. You can read about Modenas here: Modenas Terry
  8. General Discussions
    Anne Ellis is not going to be able to do the Seraphim article for February 6. That article has been postponed until June 2009. If anyone would care to do an article for Feb 06 please let me know. It could be either a domestic or a wild species. Terry
  9. Archive - BOTW: Wild Pigeons and Doves
    The Breed Of The Week discussion thread for Mourning Doves is now open. I apologize for being so tardy in getting the thread up .. BUT it's up! Please feel free to post any questions or comments you may have. The article about Mourning Doves can be viewed here...
  10. Archive - BOTW: Wild Pigeons and Doves
    First and almost foremost, the common name of this species is Mourning Dove as opposed to the common misnomer, Morning Dove. It is called the Mourning Dove because of the mournful sound of its cooing. Mourning Doves are one of the most widespared species of wild birds in North America. They...
  11. Breeds - Information & Identification
    The English Short Faced Tumbler article is now available for your reading and viewing pleasure! The discussion thread is open for your questions and comments. Many thanks to our member, risingstarfans, for another very interesting and informative article. I will have to make a list of the...
  12. General Discussions
    Hey folks! Many of you wanted the Breed Of The Week Forum. How come there are so few members posting there? I do understand that you might not have questions or germane comments, but PLEASE .. read the articles and at least post a thank you to the person or persons who took their time and...
  13. Breeds - Information & Identification
    The Breed Of The Week article for Racing Pigeons is now open for discussion. Our members Becky and Matt have done an excellent job of providing us with interesting and helpful information about racing pigeons! You can read the article here: Racing Pigeons - Part 1 and Racing Pigeons - Part 2...
  14. Breeds - Information & Identification
    The Helmet The Helmet is a rather old breed originating in Germany, probably during the late 18th century. It was fairly popular there, and the original helmet was a tumbler breed. It was imported to the USA about the start of the 20th century and gained a certain measure of popularity which...
  15. Show Pigeons
    http://www.pigeons.biz/forums/showthread.php?t=30911 Terry
  16. General Discussions
    Hi All, One of our members suggested that we add a new forum called Breed Of The Week. The idea would be to have a member who is knowledgeable about a particular breed of pigeon post photos, a copy of the show standard or a link to same (if there is a standard), and offer information about...
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