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Important Notices

Reporting Lost & Found Pigeons
Please email the ( Band Secretary 
click here  )
   and
 provide the following information. 

Your location and contact information.
The complete band information - letters and numbers.
In most cases  we can respond within 24 hours  if you provide the information we need to follow up your report.
Please report all CU or AU banded birds to the Canadian or American Racing Pigeon Unions.
Please do not report any bird that you have yet to secure -
we can't ask people to come and chase after loose birds.
For more details  please go  to our lost and found pigeon care page here 


The CPFA regrets to inform all our members and friends of the passing of R.D. “Bob” Jones of Yorkton, Saskatchewan  ( February 12
th ). 

CFIA July 21st Update on Ontario Avian Influenza
 Click Here
Brief Note: Avian Influenza in Pigeons and Doves
Click Here

Within the Avian Influenza Control Zones, there is no movement of pigeons allowed, unless with a licence issued by the CFIA because pigeons are defined as poultry. The boundary of the Avian Influenza Control Zone covers a 10km radius from the poultry farms confirmed to be infected with avian influenza, located in Oxford County, Ontario.


  Notice –  Band & Membership Ordering

New Band Order and Membership forms have been posted to the site. We hope to have online ordering going as soon as possible but it may be a while yet. In the mean time mail order and payment by cheque or money order is your best option.
Please contact the Band Secretary if you have any questions. 
We ask for your cooperation in the process.
Please - help spread the word and try to get the old forms out of circulation.


New Video on 2015 Grand National Show

The LAPC did an amazing job hosting the latest US Grand National show and their efforts continue. This latest video featuring great pictures of many of the 300 breed champions along with a mini documentary of the entire event are available on Youtube and as a set for purchase on DVD. Personally speaking this show and the week that followed - form the greatest single experience I've ever had as a pigeon fancier. It really opened my eyes to the endless possibilities our hobby presents. We are globally connected by our common interest and appreciation for pigeons and the world is our playground. Efforts such as these videos are great tools fanciers anywhere can use to help promote and expose the hobby to new people. I hope you enjoy the videos - share them - and if you can support the LAPC by purchasing a copy. R.Burn



Discover - The Secret Life of Pigeons

This "Nature of Things" documentary was first aired Thursday, November 20, 2014 on CBC-TV In case you missed it here is the link  You'll find more related information on the same page.

 

 



 

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