While we were investigating pigeons we used sites on the Internet for reference. Some of the sites we used are listed below.
Project PigeonWatch at Cornell
Lab of Ornithology (USA). Cornell scientists are encouraging students
across the country to become citizen scientists by observing pigeons
in their area and reporting what they find. Lots of information
on observing pigeons is available at this site.
Lofts Pigeon Racing Web Site
People/ (USA). Temporarily unavailable.
A reference for pigeon flyers and fanciers of all ages. Pigeon
news for kids, pigeon events, feeding pigeons, pigeon clubs and
(United Kingdom). Information on racing pigeons from the ground
up. Includes a Worldwide
Pigeon Fanciers Directory.
Cote (USA). The U.S. Pigeon Show Web Site. Check out their
link to a breed
Ami (USA). Find out how Cher Ami, a carrier pigeon, saved
the lives of almost 200 people during World War I. Today Cher
Ami is housed at the Smithsonian