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I remember when I was younger and would go out and have mistaken sex :p
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I couldnt resist LOL!
 

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very hard to tell until they mature and the males start "tail dragging",bowing and chasing the ladies,i have mistaken a few of mine for opposite sex,male babies are sometimes slightly larger so i read
 

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Unlike chicken, it is hard to know with baby pigeons. Do some search here. It has been discussed before. You can also try the resources section. Here it is: http://www.pigeons.biz/forums/f25/sexing-methods-keeping-an-open-mind-31490.html

What I do on mine is look at the anus. If it is smiling (concave up), it is a cock. If it is frowning (concave down), it is a hen. I have no scientific proof for this. Thus far this superstitious belief works for me. I don't know why it works.
 
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