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Pearl Guinea

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Pearl guinea fowl are related to other game birds including pheasants, turkeys, and partridges....

Homing Pigeon

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4/5,
First used 3000 years ago. Used all over the world to deliver mail. Have even been used in the...

Helmeted Guineafowl

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Guineafowl, particularly the helmeted variety, have a long history of domestication. It is said...

Emu

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5/5,
This is a very large (up to 72 inches/6 feet tall) bird, native to Australia. There was a very...

Peafowl

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4/5,
The India Blue Peafowl is native to South Asia. The Green Peafowl is native to Burma east to Java.
Vulturine guineafowl have been kept in captivity for decades. While not considered domesticated...

Golden Pheasant

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4.5/5,
Goldens come from China.

Birmingham Rollers

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4.75/5,
Birmingham Rollers are a small and easy to care for therefore they are recommended as a...

Parlor Tumbler

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Little is known of the origins of the Parlor, but the breed has been bred for hundreds of years....

Orpington-521

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This breed developed at the end of the nineteenth century by a englishman called William Cook...

West Of England Tumbler

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The breed was developed in England in Bristol and the surrounding West Country in the late 19th...
A very close cousin to the Golden Pheasant, one that often hybridizes with them. Similar care...
Bred from the Russian Trumpeter in Germany.

Oriental Roller

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The Oriental Roller pigeon origins come from the Middle East and Asian countries, namely...

Birmingham Show Roller

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Also called the English Show Roller or just Show Roller, they are larger than the regular Birmingham Roller and Performance Roller with a more robust body and shorter face, with a heavier build! Not good performers, for exhibition only!
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