Dr. John Lamberton
Dr. John Lamberton, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA is dedicated to breeding, training, and racing champion homing pigeons in the USA and Belgium with Mr. Jef Cuypers.
Dr. Lamberton provides thoughtful science-based information to fanciers by sharing his practical loft management strategy and positive approach to the sport of racing pigeons. His website and blog are designed to preserve, improve, promote and advance the Sport of Racing Pigeons.
Dr. Lamberton believes that racing pigeons are highly intelligent birds and can develop strong bonds and intimate relationships with people. He believes that racing pigeons are extremely loyal, and through their unique abilities, mirror the very best human values regarding the importance of home and family since racing pigeons will fly hundreds of miles under the most adverse weather conditions to reach their home. Dr. Lamberton believes that racing pigeons should be valued, managed, nurtured and protected in the most humane and pristine manner possible.
He supports the basic loft management standards promoted by the American Racing Pigeon Union Loft Certification Program and Code of Ethics in the United States of America. Lastly, Dr. Lamberton believes that racing pigeons are pastoral birds whose temperament, grace, beauty and stamina can provide fanciers with an excellent personal and family hobby.
Articles by Dr. John Lamberton
- Loft Construction and Design
- “Racing Pigeon School”
- “Racing Pigeon School” Continued
- Pigeon Racing and the Importance of Nestboxes
Videos by Dr. John Lamberton
- Loft Design
- Evaluating Pigeons
- The Nest Box Tells The Story
- Feeding Young Widowhood Cocks
- Widowhood Celibacy Creates Motivation on Raceday
- Evaluating Pigeons using Eyesign
- Training Tosses Into The Wind
To learn more please visit DrJohnLamberton.com
The Leading Online Pigeon Racing and Racing Pigeons Magazine – The Pigeon Insider
5 thoughts on “Dr. John Lamberton”
I believe that I have one of your pigeons here in Shamokin PA. It seems to be hurt and can’t fly. It has a Lamberton 2021 tag on it’s left foot. Please contact me to tell me what to do with it. [redacted phone number] anytime Thank You I hope I’m contacting the right person. Melissa
Hi, Melissa. I am touched you are trying to find the owner of a stray pigeon.
I’m sorry, but i had to redact your phone number, as it would most certainly make it a target for people with bad intentions.
If you will, please consult this page to find contacts for Dr. Lamberton: http://www.drjohnlamberton.com/resume.htm .
Dear Dr. John,
I am researching this topic on behalf of my soon to be 10 year old son, who wants “homing pigeons” for his birthday! I have worked extensively with horses and am impressed about your systematic 360 day training methods- much the same as we apply to horses. Living in Ontario, Canada, I am wondering if you can put me in touch with any person/ farm that works much like you do with pigeons so Jack can learn and be exposed to the process. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you so very much! Sarah Aston
Excellent loft videos. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. wrd
i want information all about racing pigeon