Weaning Baby Pigeons
How will you know if your youngsters were ready to be separated from their parents and put to the young birds section of the loft for training?
Usually most young birds were ready for about 24 days. But the proper way to check them is when their under wing feathers were fully grown and fully covered.
Here's an example when a young bird is not yet ready for weaning.
Here's another example, the under wing feathers were not fully grown yet. It needs a few more days to be ready for weaning.
Here's an example of a baby pigeon which is now ready for weaning. The under wing feathers were fully grown and fully covered.