The Joy Of Breeding Pigeons Some people think of pigeons as nothing more than pests. Others think of them as trained athletes. Brooklyn native Michael Scott is a second generation pigeon breeder.
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The Joy Of Breeding Pigeons

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The Joy Of Breeding Pigeons

The Joy Of Breeding Pigeons

The Joy Of Breeding Pigeons

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Some people think of pigeons as nothing more than pests. Others think of them as trained athletes. Brooklyn native Michael Scott is a second generation pigeon breeder.

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