Types of Pigeons?

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One type of pigeon is the flying or sporting pigeons. They are the ones trained for pigeon racing. There are also fancy pigeons. they are bred for their feathers. There is also the utility pigeon. they are bred for their meat to feed livestock.
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Common Pigeon
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Columbiformes Family: Columbidae Genus: Columba Species: Columba livia
Good Rock Dove features include a neat white rump, two broad clear black wing-bars and a head which is clearly darker than the rest of the body. Feral Pigeons can, of course, have various plumages but are... More »
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