Pigeons have always fascinated me and I've owned many breeds over the years. There's literally something for everyone. Pigeon breeds come in many sizes and shapes. Meat pigeons that are as big as large chicken and can't fly-pigeons that can puff up their chest like a balloon-birds that strut like turkeys and fan out their tails-ones that tumble and do somersaults as they walk-others that do flips and somersaults in the air-breeds with huge feathers on their feet or crests on the head-different patterns and colors that are truly remarkable-frill pigeons that have frizzle feathers-those that have such a strong homing instinct they will fly over huge bodies of water and many hundreds of miles to reach their home loft-pigeons bred for speed and racing- on and on; something for everyone that likes pigeons.
If you have any specific questions, just ask. PJ-pigeons lay just two eggs to a clutch-I am not positive, but I doubt they ship well in that pigeons immediately start brooding as soon as the first egg is laid. I have let pigeon eggs sit a couple days without incubation and when they were incubated, no development occurred. If your interested, check online for pigeon breeders in your state. Most likely you will find a directory showing different breeders in your state and the pigeon breeds they raise.