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Traveling Oklahoma: American Pigeon Museum and Library

by Burt Mummolo, KTUL staff | Friday, May 3rd 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KTUL) — The American Pigeon Museum and Library is our first stop in our Traveling Oklahoma series.

The American Pigeon Museum

Atlas Obsura

Celebrate the history of the rich and truly misunderstood relationship between man and pigeon. 


Oklahoma City-If you're fascinated with learning about birds, specifically pigeons and varieties of them, there's a museum called The American Pigeon Museum & Library.

The museum is located at 2300 Northeast 63rd in Oklahoma City.

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This week we're welcoming back the American Pigeon Museum to talk about one of the best kept secrets in Oklahoma City's Adventure District. The museum is open Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm and celebrating now five years in its new location on northeast 63rd street just east of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. You can find out more information on the museums website: (

For Pigeons And Enthusiasts, A Year Of Dumpsters, Fire And Rebuilding


Pigeons had a tough year in Indiana. Boxes of the birds were found in an I-65 rest area dumpster three different times—some sick and starving, some already dead. And most of them wore an identifying band around their leg, placed there by human owners who breed the birds for race or show. It’s a subculture that has a long history in the state.

The American Pigeon Museum and the Defense of the Dirt Bird

By Eric Grundhauser

Many people, especially in big cities, view pigeons as flying rats whose primary profession is taking a crap all over the place. Yet pigeons are incredibly intelligent and the relationship between humans and these often shimmering birds has an extensive history.

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