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Here, you will learn about one of natures most beautiful and loveable creatures, the wondrous pigeon, and others, like yourself, who have come to this hobby by way of their interest and love for this bird.

There are many bird species in this world. Why do so many people come to prize and enjoy the pigeon? What is it about the pigeon that is so attractive.
Do they talk (like parrots) in our language? No.
Do they perform fancy tricks? No.
Do they perform some sort of work to make our lives easier? No.
Then what is it? It's something that cannot be put into words exactly. It must be experienced.

Living with pigeons in my life makes for a richer experience in my daily living.

Our hope is that you will find this to be true in your life too.

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Hello, im new with pigeons and i have a problem, i cant make my fantailed male and female pair up, the female constantly rejects him, and become agressive with him, they fight a lot, i dont know if pigeons have a mating season or something like that, can anyone help me?
 

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Are you sure about the sex? You might have two males.
Can you tell me the difference between male and female pigeons, or male and female fantailed? I dont really know if it matters being a diferent type of pigeon or not, anyways the one i think is a female is white, smaller and lighter than the black bigger and much heavier one, the black have a thicker tail feather layer and bigger legs, and yet, a bigger wattle than the white one
 

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The only way to be sure, is when they start laying eggs. Otherwise try a slow introduction. Keep them seperate, but they should still see each other. After a week or 2, let them spend time together and see how things are going.
 

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The only way to be sure, is when they start laying eggs. Otherwise try a slow introduction. Keep them seperate, but they should still see each other. After a week or 2, let them spend time together and see how things are going.
Thank you for your help, anyways, i noticed something different, i caught 2 wild ones (that lived in an abandoned decaying house, a male and a female some weeks ago and she tends to go near the "wild male"(i think is a male because is larger) and court him and he does it back and they calm down each other by bobbing its head at the same time, and the male fantailed tends to go for the wild female, i think he paired up with her, they do everything together now, even bathing can you please tell me whats going on?
do they lay eggs in winter?
 

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Thank you for your help, anyways, i noticed something different, i caught 2 wild ones (that lived in an abandoned decaying house, a male and a female some weeks ago and she tends to go near the "wild male"(i think is a male because is larger) and court him and he does it back and they calm down each other by bobbing its head at the same time, and the male fantailed tends to go for the wild female, i think he paired up with her, they do everything together now, even bathing can you please tell me whats going on?
do they lay eggs in winter?

Hiya... What happened with them??
 
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