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Hi!! Im really hoping you can help me- a Pigeon has landed on our porch, very tame but seemed tired so we fed him a little and put him in a cage. Hes better now, walking around popping in and out of cage, eating and drinking. The problem of course is tat we have no idea where he has come from or who he belongs to so thats where you come in!! He has a tag on both legs, on one leg there is a green tag with a number: N13635 ihu08. On the other leg there is a plain dark tag with no writing on it at all. The pigeon itself is f unusual colouring- chocolate brown back with a white tail and green tinge to his/her neck. My family have no experience with pigeons whatsoever so would really appreciate advice on what to do next- can we find where it comes from by the tag number? We live in Co. Tipperary in Rep. of Ireland.

Thank you for you help!! : )
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Hi!! Im really hoping you can help me- a Pigeon has landed on our porch, very tame but seemed tired so we fed him a little and put him in a cage. Hes better now, walking around popping in and out of cage, eating and drinking. The problem of course is tat we have no idea where he has come from or who he belongs to so thats where you come in!! He has a tag on both legs, on one leg there is a green tag with a number: N13635 ihu08. On the other leg there is a plain dark tag with no writing on it at all. The pigeon itself is f unusual colouring- chocolate brown back with a white tail and green tinge to his/her neck. My family have no experience with pigeons whatsoever so would really appreciate advice on what to do next- can we find where it comes from by the tag number? We live in Co. Tipperary in Rep. of Ireland.

Thank you for you help!! : )
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Please follow this link.
http://www.rpra.org/Default.aspx?tabid=595
Answer the questions and when you come to the part that asks about the letters on the band, click IHU. That will give the info on who to contact about this lost racing pigeon. Someone should answer you within 24 hours.
 

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Here is the link for the 'Irish Homing Union'

http://www.irishhomingunion.com/index.htm

You can click on IHU 'N' numbers to check where the bird is from. Once you have checked where the bird is from, there is a list of club contacts to report the lost bird. If I am reading this correctly, your bird is from Crossgar.

The link for this page is: http://www.irishhomingunion.com/page4.htm

Hope this helps.

Lindi
 
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