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  1. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    Hi, I have a dove that I found 3 weeks ago on top of a truck in florida. I think it's a european collared dove. I think he was trying to learn to fly and fell from nest. But this is not the problem. He (or she) has been totally fine until a few hours ago, when he started vomiting. At first I...
  2. General Discussions
    Here is a picture of my family of homers, the father is the one furthest to the left, Here are his 2010 young babies all grown up. The fist and second rounds of babies. There are two cock birds and two hen birds. The first batch consist of the one that looks similar to his father and the...
  3. Pigeons & Doves Wanted & For Sale
    for sale pair of chocolate white flight tumblers. £30 the pair. We live in north yorkshire
  4. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    I was referred to this site from a companion bird forum. They said some of the members on here might be able to help me help a sick pigeon I found. :) Sorry for not introducing myself first, but I thought I'd get straight to the point as I'm worried about the big guy I found. Yesterday after...
  5. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    Ok i just started flying again this year is first year. Got tons of good birds but i just recently bought a bird i am not fimiliar with as far as breeding choice to get her to throw chocolate bar pigeons. Basically what i am asking is what other types of cocks do i have to breed her with to get...
  6. Archive - Pet Pigeons And Doves
    Last week, Mickaboo was contacted by the San Jose Animal Control about an very ill and injured fancy pigeon that, if we didn't take on, would be euthanized. Within the hour, he (?) was picked up by a Mickaboo volunteer and rushed to For the Birds avian vet practice. He arrived in grave...
  7. Pigeon and Dove Genetics
    Hi all, Could anyone tell me whether 'chocolate' meuleman homers are genetically rec red or actually some kind of brown? The pictures I have seen at this site has confused me. They seem recessive red to me, but are called chocolate by the homer breeders. Kind regards, Rudolph
  8. General Discussions
    I am new to this site which looks like it is very good, well done. I live in England which sadly has been swamped with the continental birds and the old stuff has all but vanished. Along with the old stuff are all the genes for different coloured birds. Occasionally there are some silvers and...
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