(Columbidae - Please see also Doves)
Baker's or Vanuatu Imperial Pigeon (Ducula bakeri)
Blue-crowned Pigeons: whozoo.org
Blue-headed Pigeons: Audubon
Bokhara Crack Tumbler
Bokhara Trumpeter: One of the most popular breeds of trumpeter in the U.S., the Bokhara Trumpeter is most noticeably characterized by its lengthy full muffs (feathers on the feet) and double crest which completely obscures the bird's eyes and gives it a look reminiscent of the English sheepdog. The trumpeting breeds of pigeon are so named because of their unique vocalizations which sound vaguely like low laughter
Bokhara Trumpeter (Bokharski Barabanshik)
Bolle's Pigeon (Columba bollii)
Bonin Wood-pigeon (Columba versicolor) was endemic to Nakodo-jima ("Nakondo" is a frequent spelling error) and Chichi-jima in the Ogasawara Islands off the coast of Japan. It averaged a total length of 45 cm and was known from four recorded specimens, the first from 1827. The Bonin Wood-pigeon died out late in the 19th century as a result of deforestation, hunting and predation by introduced rats and cats. The last known specimen was taken in 1889.
Bruce's Green-Pigeon (Treron waalia): Mangoverde
Buda Grizzle Budapest Short Face Tumbler
Budapest Kiebitz Tumbler
Budapest Muffed Stork
Budapest Short Faced Tumbler
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