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Pearl Guinea

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

Helmeted Guineafowl

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5/5,
Guineafowl, particularly the helmeted variety, have a long history of domestication. It is said...

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...

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...

Golden Pheasant

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4.5/5,
Goldens come from China.

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.

Orpington-521

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

Birmingham Show Roller

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4/5,
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!

Parlor Tumbler

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4.5/5,
Little is known of the origins of the Parlor, but the breed has been bred for hundreds of years....

West Of England Tumbler

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5/5,
The breed was developed in England in Bristol and the surrounding West Country in the late 19th...

Oriental Roller

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5/5,
The Oriental Roller pigeon origins come from the Middle East and Asian countries, namely...
I don't know if this is a roo or what breed it is. I purchased a variety pack for a broody hen. Heard crowing this morning and don't know who is the culprit. This chick is so beautiful in real life...maybe it is the roo? 9 weeks old.
A very close cousin to the Golden Pheasant, one that often hybridizes with them. Similar care...
A rare breed of pigeon often kept for exhibition purposes.
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