Proprietary Lecture Notes

Email #1: Canadian Pakistani

Subject: your videos and website rock!!
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2014 12:01:34 -0800
From: Siraj Hassan <siraj_h@hotmail.com>
To: drj@drjohnlamberton.com <drj@drjohnlamberton.com>
I have been an active viewer of your youtube videos. Although I am not into racing pigeons (I have Pakistani highflyers which is an endurance flyer like the English Tippler), I have enjoyed the videos and the treasure of information that is there on offer. With very little content available for the highflying breeds, my intent was to draw parallels between the racing pigeon and highflyers to look at common elements like the body type and feather quality.
I just visited the resume section of your site and was amazed and inspired to see a life long pigeon fancier being so successful at other things in life. I sometimes struggle with this hobby as most of my friends and co-workers (I am in IT) just cannot relate to me being in this sport when they are used to seeing me in office attire at work. 
Well, I guess I just wanted to write a few lines on how much your work is being appreciated. My son is 2 yrs old now and takes keen interest in the hobby, I hope to see him like Jeff one day holding my prized breeder with so many years of history behind it :) 
Siraj Hassan, Ontario - Canada. 


Email #2: Pakistan

On 1/1/2011 12:21 AM, khalid kemariyo wrote:

Dr. John
Thank you for writing a blog about racing pigeon sports in Pakistan and including my email. I will send you my picture and my birds pictures very soon. Actually I tried to upload them but due to bigger size of files it took more time and I couldn't complete it.
Well I would say half of pigeon fanciers understand English in Pakistan very well rest of them either understand Urdu or Sindhi language.
I am trying to collect the email ids of at least one fancier from all big four cities' clubs which I will send you soon. However, I am also spreading by word of mouth and I hope in a very short time everyone here will visit your website and your blogs and get to learn from you.
I will be more than happy to spread your information in Pakistan since it will not only increase knowledge base here but will also encourage Pakistani fanciers to achieve much better results.
Thank you, Khalid

Hello Doc John

This is Zeeshan Arain from Pakistan (KARACHI) ,  student of Interactive Multimedia from the university of westminister (LONDON). I just wanted to write an email and express my feelings about your work, dedication and love for the RACING PIGEONS. I watch ur videos on youtube, i enjoy them alot. You are an excellent teacher, they way you teach and express your feelings is outstanding. I appreciate Your work. I am your FAN.

Sir keep up the good work and kindly keep the youtube's channel updated. Take very very good care of yourself.


Zeeshan. A

Email #3: Afghanistan

Subject: Afghanistan's pigeons
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2015 21:54:43 +0430
From: Noor Wahab Sidiqi <noorwahab_sidiqi12@yahoo.com>
To: lambertonjml@gmail.com, drj@drjohnlamberton.com

Dear Dr. Lamberton and Jeff,

I hope this emails finds you both well. My name is Noor Wahab and I am contacting you from Afghanistan. I have almost 150 pigeons here and I have been inspired by the videos you have published about pigeons.

I would like to stay in touch with you for some advices and looking forward to having your experiences shared with us regarding pigeons. Indeed, if you want so.

with best wishes and regards, Noor

Email #4: Iran

From: siavash tahmasebi <tahmasebiguitars2003@yahoo.com>
To: "lambertonjml@gmail.com" <lambertonjml@gmail.com>
Sent: Sunday, June 3, 2012 1:17 PM
Subject: An inquirey
Dear Dr. Lamberton,
I hope this letter finds you sound and safe.
Kindly note that we people in Iran do not have any special place to keep our pigeons. To this end, people normally specify a part of the roof through making a cage of iron network. Now I wonder what hygiene problems are there in this way of lodging our birds and how these could be lessened?
Much appreciating your positive reaction.
S. Tahmasebi