Homers: While you can pay for or catch pigeons quite easily, you can also create your own homing flock. While wild-caught pigeons will bolt at the first opportunity (flush, throw or escape), if you can get them to nest and lay eggs, their offspring will consider that home and will eventually return to the coop even after working in the training field. A coopcan be just about any size so long as there's enough room to accommodate your flock and give them roosting/nesting room. You can build an elaborate indoor-outdoor, walk-in coop or, if you're limited on space, you can use a rabbit hutch to house a small flock. Hutches work great for suburban trainers; just slip it into the backyard under a tree or between the house and a fence.