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Pigeons are common in many cities, including Boston. They often nest in buildings and can excrete a great amount of droppings. A small health risk can be associated with pigeon contact. Three human diseases, histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis and psittacosis are linked to pigeon droppings. A fungus that grows in bird droppings and soil causes histoplasmosis, a disease that affects the lungs.
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Your flock will show satisfactory results. C1A DEI 6. Feeds and Feeding 24 Chapter IV. Diseases and Treatment 36 Respiratory System. Chapter V. Parasites 56 Chapter IX. Surgery , 68 Chapter XI. In the routine of answering these inquiries, it has been found that no one book heretofore has covered this subject, and much time has been consumed in searching through various pamphlets and, in some cases making inquiries among veterinarians and physicians seeking for remedies and treatments for specific diseases.
From this experience the author has been persuaded to compile this information and place it before, the pigeon public in the present form in the hope that it will promote the cause of pigeon keeping by lessen- ing the losses, as well as relieving many of our pets from unnecessary suffering. On account of the multitude of sources from which this material has been gathered, it has been impos- sible to give full credit to the source of the informa- tion in every instance.
In fact some of the physicians ,did not want to be quoted. But in cases where the information was obtained from other works, full credit has been given. Many of the remedies and treat- ments are original and all of such have been tested and tried in actual "fussing" with sick animals in the author's possession. This little work is offered to the pigeon fraternity in the hope that it will be a real benfit and, if any -reader finds it lacking, it is desired that he report his experience to the author, to the end that supplements may be added containing information covering every possible phase of this subject.
Chicago, Ills. The Naturalist divides all living forms into Phyla, beginning with the Protozoa and going on up in the order of their complexibility until they reach the Ver- tebrata, which includes the classes: Mammals, Fishes, and Aves or Birds.
The Aves include all animals which have a body -covering of feathers and thus include pigeons. The Aves are divided into Families according to the vari- ous chief characteristics, and the Pigeon belongs to the Dove family, which differs from all other birds in two respects: 1 They are the only birds that have a milk secreted in their crops at hatching time and which milk becomes the first food of their offspring; and 2 They are the only birds that hold their bills in the water when they drink.
The duck, the goose, the swan and numerous shore birds will often put their heads into the water, but that is not to drink, but rather to search for food, when such water-fowl drink they simply put their bills in the water and then raise them in the air to swallow. The study of Aves or Birds is called Ornithology and Ave are indebted to this science for much valuable information about wild bird life.
The Ormthalogist's investigations of the Rock Dove, the wild bird from which all tame pigeons is supposed to have been domesticated, is really the foundation of our rules for care and management of pigeons. Darwin, the famous Naturalist, devoted considerable attention to pigeons and, it is said, had at different times in his possession every known kind.
He claimed that all tame pigeons belonged to a com- mon ancestor, and that this was proven by the fact that all pigeons interbred, and all fancy pigeons when mixed up in breeding, will revert very quickly to the color and type of the Rock Doye Columba livia , 9.
Boys in the neighborhood have taken young from the nest and partially domesticated them. These birds are similar in feather coloring to the Blue-barred Homer, and in size, shape and actions, to our Common pigeon. Pigeons, when allowed unlimited freedom, seldom are troubled with disease or ailments ; but, when un- der domestication, they are confined to limited quar- ters—houses or aviaries—they are likely to have cer- tain troubles overtake them, unless plans are made and methods adopted which will provide the proper management.
As sick pigeons cannot thrive or reproduce, the se- cret of success in pigeon keeping is to know how to guard against disease ; and, as some diseases are easily cured, it is important that pigeon keepers study how to determine such troubles and how to prevent them. Especially is this true with fancy stock, most of which is somewhat in-bred through the process of line-breed- ing.
At least such varieties seem more susceptible than the more numerous breeds which are not so close- ly in-bred, and as some of these specimens are valu- able as breeders, it is very important that they have the best of care and be kept in the best of health. This knowledge is easily acquired, but it will be necessary to observe many details in order to obtain, the best success. It is recommended that time be taken to read this book through carefully in order that a general view of the whole subject be obtained ; and then you can study the separate items with a better understanding.
In order to know when a pigeon is sick, they must be studied when in perfect health. It is somewhat difficult to describe a healthy pigeon. But it may be said, however, that a pigeon in health has a bright eye, is sprightly in action and its plumage is close- The brightness of the red of its feet is also a good sign although a pigeon's foot will al- ways seem brighter after it has been in the water. The feet also aid in determining the health of a pigeon by feeling them—they should not feel hot to the hu- man hand.
Undoubtedly the best way to learn how to tell when a pigeon is in the best of health, is to visit some old- time breeder and have him point out some of the signs of health. If this is impossible you can find out some of the best signs by watching your birds upon a spring day in April or May, when they are mating and coo- ing around each other. Birds which conduct them- selves actively during the mating and breeding season, may be said to be in good health. The Plan of the Book. The plan of this book is to first give the common names of the various parts and organs of a pigeon and then explain their functions ; after which the diseases will be treated in the order of the functions of the organs of the bird.
To many fanciers, the treatment of diseases is an interesting study and great satisfaction is derived in witnessing the recovery of some useful bird, hence we hope all who keep pigeons will be interested in this work.
Pigeon Physiology, or the Organs Named. Assuming that the reader has learned how a healthy pigeon looks and acts, the next step is to seek to learn something about their anatomy and for this purpose it would be well if he could prepare a healthy specimen for the table. In removing the organs try to take them out without tearing, and spread them out upon a table so you can see how each looks in a healthy bird. The chart Fig. See if you can locate and name each organ and try to remember its color, size and shape.
This will be useful in seeking to make a post-mortem examination to determine the cause of some fatal disease. They should then be examined for enlargement or discolor- ation. If nothing out of the ordinary is found, you should next proceed to cut off the head and examine the mouth and throat. If there is no foreign looking substance or bad smelling condition there, you should then proceed to cut open the entire digestive canal, beginning at the throat.
This should be done carefully and as you pass from one organ to another, note if there is any stoppage or appearance of internal laceration. A hand magnify- ing glass will be useful here to reveal conditions in- visible to the naked eye.
By thus proceeding through Your first attempt at this work may be a complete failure, but such is the method of the veterinarian and the pigeon breeder can learn how, too, if he tries.
It will not be necessary to study the osteology or bones of a pigeon for their names will not help us in caring for the birds. But it will be necessary to study all the symptoms of disease before you can properly tell just what is the matter with our bird. In fact, as a pigeon cannot talk, it is easier to say what is the trou- ble if you know how the bird has been fed and cared for, than it is to try and guess the trouble from physi- cal appearances.
As a general rule in both young and old birds the most common disease is some form of throat trouble Therefore if the bird fails to eat, open the bill and see if there is any yellow, cheesy matter or spots in the throat. If so, this is canker which will be de- scribed later. Examine the bird also to see if the feathers under the eye are moist or whether there is moisture run- ning from the nostril : this is the sign of a cold or catarrah. The pigeon droppings should be watched as they are really the best sign of health or sickness.
Green, watery fetid droppings show that something is wrong and the feed should be examined to see if it is free from mustiness or mould ; the surroundings and drinking water should be studied to see if they are sweet and pure, and the interior of the house and the birds themselves should be examined to see if they are free from lice. Strive to study and learn the normal, thrifty, healthy state of your birds and then you will know when they are sick.
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This most commonly occurs between birds, rodents, and other pest animals. This serious disease is able to live in objects such as bird feeders, baths, and houses, as well as in birds themselves. Potentially fatal, this disease is difficult to treat and symptoms include weight loss, swollen stomach, diarrhea, and impaired breathing. Symptoms include diarrhea, weight loss, and lethargy. The disease affects the intestines, mouth, skin, urogenital tract, and the respiratory system. Birds frequently peck on cow manure, which is one place where E.
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Pigeons are surprisingly popular pets. They, along with doves , are short-legged, stout-bodied birds that are found almost everywhere in the world in both the wild and our homes. As pets, we care for their every need, including treating many common diseases that they may get.
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