Young pigeon, Fizz, is a dove release Homer dumped becuase of his/her black tail. They often have no use for them when they aren't that perfect white they are looking for. Just another sad truth of the cruel and dangerous dove release industry. She was found with another young pigeon at the Powell Street BART station and was taken into Palomacy foster care just in time. Please consider giving F...
Sawyer is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves that Palomacy rescued from a very unsafe situation where the owner could no longer take care of them. We would love for Sawyer to find his forever home in a loving and safe environment.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Star (bottom, left) was a survivor of the squab industry. Released in attempts to save his/her life. But King Pigeons cannot survive outside on their own, and Star is no exception. Star was attacked by a predator and suffered a major would to his neck. He is very lucky to be alive. He was found with another little pigeon, Fizz, at Powell Street BART, and taken into already overfull Palomacy fos...
Jade (front) is 1 of 28 ringneck doves rescued from an unsafe situation where the owner could no longer care for them. Palomacy took in all 28 and would love for Jade to find her forever home.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Isla (front) is 1 of 28 ringneck doves rescued from an unsafe situation where the owner could no longer care for them. Palomacy took in all 28 and would love for Isla to find her forever home.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Woody (back) is 1 of 28 ringneck doves rescued from an unsafe situation where the owner could no longer care for them. Palomacy took in all 28 and would love for Woody to find his forever home.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Moon is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Yam is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Nils is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Onyx (left) is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Lemon Pie is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care. Lemon Pie is also the most feisty of the seven that were taken to Andy's Rescue Pet Shop! Lots of spunk in that little birb!Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
Mr. Pink (right) is 1 of 28 Ringneck doves rescued from a very unsafe and dire situation and taken into Palomacy foster care.Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/
This lucky survivor of "racing" was found grounded, injured, and hiding under someone's BBQ in Millbrae. These smart birds will often self rescue, as they know they do not have the skills for longterm survival in the wild. So many of these racers ne...
Frank was rescued the International Bird Rescue until we had space for him. He was dehydrated, emaicated, and anorexic. He received tube feedings and was treated for parasites. Currently Frank resides at Medical Center for Birds where they are contin...
Dove release survivor MacKenzie sat in the San Jose animal rescue shelter for six weeks, unclaimed, until Palomacy could make room to rescue her. She is safe now!Please apply to adopt http://www.pigeonrescue.org/birds/apply-to-foster-or-adopt/... see more at Petfinder
This lucky survivor of 'racing' was found grounded, injured, and hiding under someone's BBQ in Millbrae. These smart birds will often self rescue, as they know they do not have the skills for longterm survival in the wild. So many of these racers never make it home. They are released hundreds of miles from home and frantically try to 'race' back in order to receive food, shelter, and often to g...