CaptainGalvin2 karma2020-01-03 23:13:11 UTC
My simplest guestimation is that this has routes in espionage, since carrier pigeons were really important throughout history. Can OP confirm or deny?
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CaptainGalvin1 karma2020-01-04 00:45:01 UTC
So cool! Thanks for the info. I always had an interest in the different uses of pigeons. Ever since that Hey Arnold episode. Maybe I’ll get a little pudgy pidgy or two of my own this year. Any recommendations or advice otherwise? Can birds be fiercely trained, and also sociable with human/caretaker? I noticed a lot with training dogs (and this is definitely in part to trainer habits) but the dogs that compete better ended up becoming “machines” so to say.
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