Your database of racing pigeons will grow. It’s inevitable. Because of this, it’s important to understand that you don’t need to be bombarded by all of the pigeons in your database on the Pigeons main page. If pigeons are only part of your primary pigeons’ ancestors, and they aren’t currently in your loft, you don’t need to have them taking up valuable real-estate on your computer or device

In this PigeonDB.com video tutorial I show you how to search for your pigeons from multiple features within the application. You’ll learn the importance of being consistent with your individual pigeon record attributes so that when you need to find those pigeons, it’s easy peasy. Once you’ve mastered search within PigeonDB.com, you’ll never know how you lived without it. Remember, we treat pigeon records as entities, not as entries in a pedigree. These are live records that you can modify at will. Printed pigeon pedigrees are just a nice side-effect of keeping the relationships consistent within your database.