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Knowing the terminology for different parts of pigeon body is always a good advantage when communicating about issues/wounds on the body. Moreover it is a good added knowledge. Attached here is a description for the same, pls suggest if any changes/additions have to be made. Will soon post another picture explains the various feathers on the wing (still to edit those pictures)

Hope these would be helpfull to all pigeon lovers........:)
 

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Thanks for sharing. :)
 

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Thank you, that is a nice clear picture and will be very useful. Perhaps it could be made a sticky so that it is easy to find?
 

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One question: Is cere pronounced "sear" or "Searee" if that makes sense.
It makes very good sense and I would be interested in the answer! :)
 

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"Sear" is how I've always said it and have heard it said.
Thank you, that is how I pronounce it but a friend pronounces it the other way...sometimes I opt for "nose wattle" to get round the problem :p
 

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Great diagram! Thank you for posting it - copy goes right in my "Pigeon Binder"
(I've compiled a notebook of diseases, symptoms, meds, breeds, loft designs and any other info on pigeons I can get my hands on!) :cool:
This is an adoption from Matthew M Vriends and Tommy E. Erskine's "PIGEONS"
Published by Barron's, ISBN-13: 978-0-7641-2991-9, ISBN- 10: 0-7641-2991-0
www.barronseduc.com

(Guys... if u are wondering why I always keep referring to this book in most of my posts, thats because this is the only book I got about pigeons :D )
 
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