(Tell Melissa we said thanks! )
Yes, PJ is a he.
Don't blame me. There is so much to try and keep track with you and your birds. Bird hatching, birds coming in, birds going out. It's constant.
Sorry Robin, yesterday was not a good day and I should have stayed to myself.
Hens don't usually get very long tails and your crosses are even less likely to have the long tail, but, if I messed up and you have a cockerel, it will have a long tail.Well, I think they’re beautiful too. We all know this. I can’t wait to see how long my girls end up- I’m fine with whatever they grow, they’re pretty already, but if they decide to keep growing I won’t be heartbroken either! Love how you described them too.
Good Morning World!Thanks Dan! I know having even about as much as they do is a little odd, I’m happy with however they do wind up; short or long, they’re incredibly sweet and pretty, a d I will always be grateful.
She certainly did. Did you recognize what they are? Squabs. While my pigeons are pretty to look at, they are nothing special so I'm hand feeding these two in the hopes that super tame white doves (pigeons) will sell. Pigeons are doves, but for many people the word, "pigeon", is a turn-offWhat an absolutely adorable pic. Kimmi caught them at just the right moment.
Yes, very much so. I wanted to raise two together so it wouldn't grow up as a feathered human and still be as tame as possible. If you have ever been around a hand fed cockatiel, it would be comparable except tiels are more intelligent.Well, this could be really interesting. Do they actually seem to enjoy their humans?