Monitor Their Behavior

Monitoring the behavior of your birds is also a great way for determining pigeon gender. The males generally become very angry in nature, and the females become calm. Both male and female coo.

But the male’s coo generally come with a dance and fanned tail scrapping the ground. The males generally like to chase other pigeons.

And the males tend to hold more property than the females. A female pigeon accept a male by dropping it’s wings.

Pigeons generally live in pairs and they mate for life. They share the care of their eggs and young.

If the pigeons have eggs, the male will generally sit on the nest in the morning (until around mid-afternoon). And the female will take over the nest later in the day.