Winterizing Your Pigeon Coop

Winterizing Your Pigeon Coop
Getting Your Pigeon Coop Winterized It’s the end of November here in Minnesota and winter is fast approaching. It’s time to start winterizing your pigeon coop. The night time temperatures are already dropping below freezing. Before I know it the pigeon coop will be buried in snow. So I decided to write a quick post ...

Hand Taming Ringneck Doves

Hand Taming Ringneck Doves
Hand Taming Ringneck Doves Tips Ringneck doves make fantastic pets and are born almost naturally tame. With some patience and time you should have no problem hand taming your ringneck dove. If possible I would start with a young ringneck dove. At 30 days the young doves are ready to fly and should be weaned ...

Tapping Into LinkedIn For Leads

 Using LinkedIn For Free Leads I want to share a real easy stratagy for using LinkedIn for free leads. There are a few things that you need to have in place before we get started. First your going to need a LinkedIn account and you need to complete your profile with as much information as ...

My White Homers Enjoying The Sun

My White Homers Enjoying The Sun
My Homing Pigeons Enjoying The Sun   What a beautiful weekend here in Minnesota. It’s October 27th and it’s 67 degrees out. I had my homing pigeons out for a 5 mile training toss and when I got back home my birds were laying in the grass enjoying the sun and taking a baths. In ...

Flying Squirrels as Pets

The small Southern flying squirrel has been growing in popularity among small animal lovers, but there are important things to consider before bringing one home. Just one look at an adorable Southern flying squirrel, Glaucomys volans, will have many people declaring love at first site, and with their large dark eyes, soft silky gray fur ...