Colombofilia: Lenguaje Técnico

La asociación entre las palomas y los seres humanos se remonta a los años 3000 a 5000 AC. Los seres humanos comen palomas. Las usamos en los laboratorios para la investigación. Las cuidamos como mascotas o aves de aviario . . .


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Referencias

Harlin RW. Practical pigeon medicine. Proc Annu Conf Assoc Avian Vet 2013:111-124.

Hooimeijer J. Management of racing pigeons. In: Harrison GJ, Lightfoot TL (eds). Clinical Avian Medicine. Palm Beach, FL: Spix Publishing; 2006: 849-860.

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Lecturas adicionales

Walker C. The Flying Vet’s Pigeon Health Management: A Veterinary Guide to Health Control, Medication Use and the Development of Race Fitness for the Competitive Fancier. Knox Veterinary Clinic; 2000.

Levi WM. The Pigeon. Wendell Levi Publishing Company; 1941.

Levi WM. Encyclopedia of Pigeon Breeds; 1965.

Stam JWE. Pigeon Racing Today & Tomorrow, 35 Years in the Practice: Knowledge, Experience, Realizations and Opinions of a Veterinary Pigeon Enthusiast. Continental Breeding Station; 1994.