Difference between Male and Female Pigeons?


The difference between male and female pigeons is that male pigeons are slightly large and their body length go up to 345 millimeters and their body weight averages around 240 and 300 grams. On the other hand, female pigeons average body weight is 200 grams while the length of their body can go up to about 325 millimeters and because they lay eggs the lower order of the vent protrudes more than the upper order.
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Look at the size of the pigeon. Male
The male will call but the females wont.
Sexing pigeons can be tricky and even experts are occasionally fooled. Unlike many animals, birds, in general, do not have obvious physical attributes that distinguish them as male
Genitalia and typically style of dress. That's about it.
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Difference Between Male & Female Pigeons
Unlike mammals, pigeons do not have visible reproductive organs, but it's possible to guess their genders based on behavior and differences in their appearance. To be absolutely sure, submit a feather sample for genetic testing.... More »
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