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PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 5:20 pm 
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A few photos of pigeons taken at the Perth Royal Show 2014.

Some English Carriers.

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Some Norwich Croppers.

This one had a first.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 03, 2014 5:30 pm 
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Some Jacobins.

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I think these are Modenas.

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And an Australian Saddleback.

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Crikey - I guess I am not really into pigeons - most of them look really ugly to me! Good photos though!

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Same here, they all look like scary mutant birds to me :laughing
Just goes to show what you can do to a bird with selective breeding doesn't it.
But yes great pictures. I wonder is there a particular purpose to the different variants?
I feel sorry for the ones with no beaks.


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I guess it's like all the differet breeds of Poultry,it would be pretty boring if they all looked the same. :^


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Sad that there haven’t been any shows or races in years due to the rota virus. Should be a vaccine coming out soon if not already.

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