Alright, I've heard of a single breeding pair producing four eggs in one clutch, but I've also been told that if you get four eggs, you *definately* have two females. My "pair" are unknown, they've laid four eggs before. Duck had them before me, and never had them raise a clutch, but they were sold to him as a proven pair. I *THOUGHT* I saw them mate the other day, but they could have just been fighting over the feed cup (it was just a quick glance type of thing). They've been doing the "lets make a nest here" dance to each other, and the one has been acting broody, laying in the nest dish, the other hovering around. Yesterday night, I checked, no eggs, tonight, I check, and I have two eggs, and both are in the nest with the eggs. I took a picture of the other egg (about two weeks ago) and it looked like it had the fertile bullseye. I have not actually seen them do any of the bow cooing, and I'm not 100% sure that they've bred. So... what the heck is going on?! Here's the pic of the egg with the spot again... I'd LOVE to have dove babies, and I'm willing to buy two males and a new cage, but, first, I need to know wth these birds are, male/female pair or two gals?!