Quote:just get eggs or babies and stick under your doves, once you let them make a decent nest, or put a bowl out they coo and sit on/in, as my doves will feed anything, even try to feed my finger if put through bars into nest, and heard of other types even feeding toys and mirrors that made them think was other birds, when they had mates. id say just go find a shop that has ferals nesting, and ask if you can borrow a ladder to humanely remove the nest to give the babies at least good home. i just recently did this, but baby with half wing and tail feathers at time, mostly wants to eat and drink seed and water on own, so i lucked out, as they must develop alot faster than the domestic one i have, that i got feral as friend for, but quarantine for now. so second thought just try to find foster eggs to be safe. i just gave my one white dove pair one egg, from a roller, then another from it a week later, and she wont hardly get off them or even just reach neck a little to eat on one side or drink on other. only trouble with them is they will sit in the heat and cook the eggs, so i have to keep them in ope nest and in cool area. nit sure if they turn them enough also, as i just turn when can under them as they never move off unless i whistle its feeding time, then their tiny heads bobble all over even if have food and just not the tiny black sunflower or whatever seeds they love the most. since on ferals.. i have the one now, and its so differant than my others, especially the wing and tail shape and length, i wouldnt imagine anything but very basic homer would be remotely like them, or people are getting ripped off buying normal homers. anyone know how to tell at all what kind of pigeon one is by wing shape and length?