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What is a pigeon's mating habits?
Like all the animals, pigeons do mate. Pigeons are most likely to be associated with the city life and are sometimes called the Hybrid city birds. Their existence is caused by the cross-breed of the one and only famous Rock Dove.
Over the past four centuries, these awesome looking birds have performed many things for the mankind. Though, many people will be choosy when it comes to the color and the shape of the pigeon. The most fascinating fact about these birds is that;
• They are easily tamed.
• They do not smell.
• Their noses are not so loud or rather they are not noisy.
• They are not harsh.
• They are hardy.
• They are very and easily adaptable not like other commonly found birds.
These birds are very special in their own way. Mostly these birds are very calm and that is why most of the birders prefer keeping them.
Mating habits of the pigeons
They are monogamous birds. This is not a wonder. Most of the birds (pigeons) are monogamous. These birds specifically mate in pairs and choose to remain that way till death. This means that they become partners for life.
After the courting period has been over and the pigeons have mated, now they are ready to build a nest together and have some little pigeons.
Like humans, the pair remains honest to each other so long as they are together and are not separated. Let’s say, if one of the birds dies, the other is at liberty to mate with other single birds that have also mated there before. The birds in a relationship can go for very long distances without the bonds breaking. However, the pair may momentarily break from point to point due to some relocation or may be the influence from the unmated birds.
• In making the nest, at least have two nests for each pair of birds. Pigeons will at most develop/have two pair of broods.
• You should make the nest approximately twelve inches square that can be attached to the wall.
• Nesting material should always be supplied sufficiently to the boxes. This should be straw or hay.
After the cock has selected the hen he desires to mate with, what follows is true-love making. This is when the little birds are made.
Mating period and mating habits of a pigeons are very unique and special. You should take them very seriously.