Hope you can give this bird a forever home, Pete! I kind of doubt the bird is a racing pigeon. Most of the AGSG birds found thus far have been flights or mixed breeds. Would love to see a picture of this bird if you're able to post one.
This bird came to me back in Nov. 2008, I put him by himself for 2 wks. When i found him he was a bit lean, i put him on a high fat diet. After 14 days of isolation he looked great, my birds still look good. what should i have done?
Sorry that was a bit missleading. I found him Nov 5 2008 and found this site Nov 13. If not for that bird i wouldn't have found this site. That would be a bummer, this is a great place to talk birds and any thing else. : )
Yup, that's a homer, and a good looking one too. I love the black birds. You have a really nice loft there. I'm glad you joined our group here, Pete. That bird found a really good home, and you have a really nice bird for your team. That is a win/win situation if I ever heard of one. S/he should give you some nice youngsters as well.
I'm really glad i found this group. I can't tell a distance bird from a sprinter, so i plan on puting him with 1 of each. I have a yellow Trenton hen for his first mate, that should be quite the match.