Dove Gallery

Welcome to our Dove Gallery where you will find assorted pictures of our White Doves


The White Wedding Doves at home


Two of our White Wedding Doves in their Victorian display cage


Two display cages of Wedding Doves outside the Church


White Doves on display in their display cages outside First United Church, St Thomas, awaiting the Bridal Couple


Doves on display in their vintage cage at Union United Church at a recent Wedding


Two White Wedding Doves on display outside the Church, after the Wedding ceremony


This is possibly one of my favourite pictures of one of my Doves.  This Dove was released in memory of a lady who had died, and the Dove circled overhead and then landed on the wall and watched the family leave, and then she flew home


Each year we band our birds - a numbered plastic band on their left leg.  Each year we use a different colour, so that we can tell at a glance how old a particular bird is, and often we know who he or she is, and who their parents were.  Above are two of last year's birds (white bands, number 2 & 14) nesting in their box.

This little fella is the newest dove in our flock of White Wedding Doves and he is about ten days old.  His training will start in a few weeks when he has all his feathers and can fly


Returning home from a Wedding, ready for a bath and dinner


Hand-feeding some of our youngest Doves


One of our White Doves, ready for release at a Wedding



Some of our doves out for an evening flight - they are so beautiful when they fly in a flock


The biggest danger to our birds is predators, such as this Red Tailed Hawk which landed on the roof of our pigeon loft, waiting for me to let the birds out for the day ... he was disappointed that they stayed inside that day!

Please note: My pretty white Doves are also my beloved pets, and I will only release them when the weather conditions are suitable (not too windy or rainy), and if there are no Hawks around,  as it is important that they are able to return safely to their home here after they are released, as they are, after all, homing pigeons.

Recent Articles

  1. London, Ontario Wedding, August 11 2018

    Aug 14, 18 11:05 AM

    Our doves went to a wedding at the First Baptist Church in London, Ontario, on Saturday - 4 were displayed and 2 were released. They looked beautiful,

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  2. The Doves taking a bath - check out our Facebook page!

    Jul 30, 18 10:23 AM

    The doves were taking a bath - they want to be snowy-white for the next wedding!

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  3. Our doves flying

    Oct 08, 17 09:21 PM

    Here are our doves coming home from a recent wedding. I love the way the white doves show up so beautifully against the grey clouds.

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