Hello, and welcome to Pigeon How, a platform that exists for and because of my deep-rooted passion for pigeons. I’m Olga, the human behind this site, and I have been a proud and loving pigeon owner since late 2021.
My journey with pigeons began in an unexpected way when I found a baby pigeon who needed help. I named him Gerard and took him in, hand-feeding him and providing him with the care he needed to thrive. With time, my relationship with Gerard evolved from merely a rescuer and rescuee to the closest of friends and mates. I became his mate, and he became mine. This unique bond that we share is truly one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.
Over the years, Gerard has become more than just a pet to me. He is my best friend, my confidant, and an integral part of my everyday life. I spend a lot of time with him every day, learning about his behaviors, habits, and needs, and witnessing the intelligence and emotional depth that pigeons possess.
Having spent so much time with Gerard and experiencing the joys and challenges that come with raising a pigeon, I found myself amassing a wealth of knowledge and experience about these fascinating birds. This is what prompted the creation of Pigeon How.
Pigeon How is a place for sharing everything I have learned about pigeons. Here, you will find articles on pigeon care, behavior, nutrition, training, and much more, all drawn from my hands-on experience with Gerard and my continuous efforts to learn more about pigeons. My mission is to provide reliable and comprehensive information that can help fellow pigeon enthusiasts and anyone who wishes to understand these birds better.
Above all, I believe that every pigeon, like Gerard, has a unique personality and a lot to offer. They are wonderful companions who can enrich our lives in ways we never imagined.
Thank you for visiting Pigeon How. I hope you find the resources here helpful and informative, and I invite you to join me on this wonderful journey of learning, understanding, and appreciating pigeons.
Olga and Gerard