Pigeon Fancier Equips His Birds for Sound (Jul, 1940) (Jul, 1940)

Pigeon Fancier Equips His Birds for Sound
Birds that play music while they fly are the pride and joy of George Spiegel, Elizabeth, N. J., pigeon fancier. Spiegel attaches special lightweight reed pipes, obtained from China, to the tail feathers of his pigeons. When they fly, a musical whistling flows from their feathers.

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  1. Roflcopter says: February 6, 20085:45 am

    “Eh, Harry, those darn pigeon birdies are sure easier to shoot down with the quer sound they are making… hrhrhr… stupd music birds.. *poit*”

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