I have a two pigeons who have paired - I don't intend to let them stay a pair, as one is a homer and the other a roller, but they are together right now and have paired... Here is my confusion. I thought I knew which one was male (Homer - I thought) and female (roller - I thought). I saw the Homer feeding the Roller the "milk" or whatever it is called when one pigeon put their beak in the other's beak. In addition I saw some male behavior (strutting, cooing, etc.) from the Homer. But then yesterday I saw them mating, and the Roller was on top. But then right afterward I again saw the Homer feed the Roller (I though males fed the females??). In addition, I have seen zero male behavior from the Roller - no strutting, cooing or dancing. What is going on?? Which one is male and which one is female? Do females ever feed the males instead of vice versa? Is it normal for a male to never display male behavior? So confused right now! Thanks!