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Racing pigeon owner flies 4,000 miles to Alabama to collect bird which got lost on way home


Racing pigeon owner flies 4,000 miles to Alabama to be reunited with his prized bird who ended up there after getting lost on its way back home from Gateshead

  • Alan Todd feared that his pigeon Bob might have been killed by a bird of prey
  • The shelter which found him had been called to remove Bob from a man’s home
  • After checking the microchip, they realised the pigeon had come from the UK
  • Mr Todd arranged for his pigeon to be brought home via a British Airways flight 

A dedicated racing pigeon owner has been reunited with his prized bird after flying 4,000 miles to Alabama to bring it back to the UK after it got lost on its way home.

Alan Todd was worried sick after Bob the pigeon failed to return home from its journey from Guernsey to Gateshead, which should…



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