Free, like a homing pigeon
, he headed blindly and directly for the beach and the salt sea over which had floated the Arangi, on her deck Skipper in command.
The man could not explain how, like a homing pigeon
, he had found his way to his own old mess again.
Straight as homing pigeons
, the two made their way toward the ruin and desolation that had once been the center of their happy lives, and which was soon to be restored by the willing black hands of laughing laborers, made happy again by the return of the master and mistress whom they had mourned as dead.
3 of The Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) (NI) Order 1985 Take Notice that an application dated 26/8/15 was made for a 7 Day Annual Entertainments Licence for WEST BELFAST HOMING PIGEON
SOCIETY, 19 BOOTLE STREET, BELFAST BT13 3GQ permitting a theatrical performance; dancing, singing or music or any entertainment of a like kind; any public contest, display etc.
GCHQ, the British intelligence organisation, confirmed that this code, found on the leg of a homing pigeon
, had yet to be deciphered.
He had a passion for racing pigeons and was a longtime member of The Worcester Homing Pigeon
and CMC Club in Springfield.
Ex-juvenile offender Shaun Andrew McKerry, dubbed Boomerang Boy or Homing Pigeon
Boy in his youth, picked the wrong target when he burst into Shildon Post Office and Stores at 8pm on March 15.
Now the Welsh Homing Pigeon
Union Society is demanding a change in the law so members can take measures to protect their birds from hawks.
The findings present a missing piece in the puzzle of homing pigeon
navigation, confirming that winds and odors can indeed work as a map system.
Anyone who finds a homing pigeon
should give it corn and sugar water, the Sun said.
In a previous year, a homing pigeon
was wing-clipped and smeared with poison to make an easy target for peregrines to catch and be poisoned, leading to fears a child could die if they came into contact with the bird.
Never forget that it was the homing pigeon
that helped us win two World Wars.