2 days ago, Mike disappeared into a nesting box. Ive been checking on him frequently as he was recently ill. Today I noticed hes sitting on an egg. I really thought he was male, but Ive started to think Donna, the pigeon I got to be his mate, is male too. Here they are together. Isha is the indian fantail female, far left. Next is common pigeon male, Mr Pige, then Donna, then Mike. Mike is the offspring of Isha and Pige Another pic. Mr pige in the foreground - hes they grey with spots, Mike has no spots. Ive noticed little breeding but these behaviours - Isha constantly engages Mr Pige in bonding behaviour, feeding preening and mating. Mr pige goes after both donna and Mike and Ive seen him both chasing and doing mating dances for both of them. Isha stays away from them unless she's chasing them away from her man. Mike chases after Isha, and over the last few days was doing some mating dance behaviour toward Donna but only through the wall of the nesting box. If he can actually see her, hes not interested. Donna constantly goies after Mr Pige. Whos male and female, though its bending my mind, is not most important. Whats worrying me is Mike has no one acting as his partner. He hasn't come out of the nesting box all day and no one is feeding him or looking after him, hes sitting these eggs all alone. Pige and Isha are always feeding each other, even though they havnt had eggs since last year. When Mike claimed the second box, Donna claimed the first one. Now pige and Isha have no where to live! Any ideas on whats going on, and how to fix it, would be much appreciated.