Hi, so about three months ago I got 2 white homer pigeons. Right now they are about six months old and today I noticed them displaying nesting behaviors for the first time. They both go into their nest box and coo and one has been moving its wings the same way my ducks and geese move their wings when they are nesting. One I am pretty sure is a male and it's pelvic bones are much closer together than the other ones. The other I can sort of fit a finger between but not quite. That one is the one which also has been moving its wings. Based on your experience does this sound like two males or a pair... Or is it too early to tell? They both coo about the same amount so that's why I was thinking I might have two males... My plan is to eventually breed these homers with some meat/utility pigeons. Id like to raise birds for squab but still be able to free fly them without them immediate being scooped off by hawks so that's why I was thinking of crossing the homers with a utility breed. There is an asian market I know of with live poultry and they sell what either looks like a homers or giant homers. I was thinking of buying two and if they work out and are heavy enough, breeding them with my white homers. I know it would be much better to start with birds from a breeder but I would have to pay for shipping again which would be too expensive. I was wondering if anyone had a guess if these birds would have been flown of not already? I have no idea where they come from before they get to the market but I would like to be able to let them out eventually without them flying off. So anyways do you think these birds would be ok? And does anyone have any idea of what sort of environment they come from? thanks for any answers!