My birds are nuts! I have about equal numbers of male and female, but all the females have paired up together (3 pairs) leaving the rejected males on their own. Now the single males are not at all happy and are causing chaos in the coop. This is only happening with my utility king pigeons. The other breeds have paired up normally. The rejected male kings are now trying to invade and destroy all the other birds nests. I even have one female king which has become infatuated with a male from a breeding pair of Old Dutch Capuchines. I have to shut them in their nesting box.. otherwise the female king jumps in there and tried to get the male Capuchine to mate with her, even through he is not interested.. she will keep trying to 'kiss' him and crouching down and she has attacked their squab and injured its eye. She chases HIM around the coop frantically crouching and trying to get under him!! And he keeps running away from her. This has never happened before. Its not a big problem. I have far too many pigeons to handle as it is... but I thought this strange behaviour was interesting.. Any pigeon people have any similar experiences or know why this has happened? Maybe the male kings are just not sexy for the ladies.. or they are too bossy? Also the single female kings aggressive mating behaviour towards a male which is not interested in her is also strange. I have seen the males pestering the females, but never the other way around. She chases him like the males chase the females to get them back to their nests.