New to reading pigeons eyes, and I'm curious about the dark shading that extends from the pupil out to the health circle on one of my cocks. What is this? What causes it? What does it signify (i.e. distance, speed, breeding)? And is this a good breeder sign or a poor one?
He seems to have it...
hello everyone, i have noticed it a lot of times that here people usually prefer white/pearl eye high flyers more. they think orange eye high flyers dont have good flying capability. but i have high flyers with orange eyes who fly equally good as white eye high flyers. but i have also seen some...
I am new to homming Pigeon and i am going to buy Homming pigeon after some time , and i want o get good hommer in market, i have searched over the Internet and find that Good Homer have special Eye Signs,
Is there is any Article about the their Eye signs Step by Step,
I don't race,i keep some homers just for the fun of tossing and as a hobby.I don't know anything about the so called "Eye-sign",whether it actually works or not.However i thought i will share the eyes of few of my birds And see what u guys Think....One of the best lines i heard in this forum...
i been hearing that you should breed a bird to a different eye color?
example: a pearl eye to a yellow eye , pearl eye to a green eye
and not a pearl eye to a pearl eye
have ya ever herd this? make's a different?
Does pigeon have different eye colors?they say that eye sign is good to pigeons..
Why is my pigeon has a bright yellow eyes that surrounds with a bright red color in it?Is this good or not?
I am just wondering if anyone has read any interesting research articles (and where to find them) on the pigeon's ability to home and/or the importance of eye sign and its presumptive link to this ability.
I found this video in youtube briefly explaining about eye signs in pigeons
First, I don't have much knowledge about eye signs and second there is a comment to this video that the illustrator has mixed up the color circles.
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