Pigeons Gross Anatomy
In this image, you will find crown, top of head, iris, auricularis, ear feathers, nape, neck blend, hackle, scapularc, heart saddle, second wing bar, rump, first wing bar, primary remiges, wing flight, retrices, main tail feathers, vent region, tarsus, shank, claw, leg, tibia, flank, secondary remiges.
You may also find wing flight, spurious wing, thumb feather, wrist, wing butt, breast, chest, crop region, throat, bib area, beak, nostril cere, lores, frontal, forehead in Pigeons gross anatomy.
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