|Parlor Roller Pigeon | Breed Profile|
|Breed Name||Parlor Roller|
|Breed Purpose||Show, ornamental, pets|
|Special Notes||Beautiful, very hardy and active, excellent for show, good for raising as pets, also good for ornamental purpose, lose ability to fly after reaching maturity|
|Climate Tolerance||Native climates|
|Country/Place of Origin||United Kingdom|
The Parlor Roller pigeon is a breed of domestic fancy pigeon from United Kingdom. It is actually from Scotland and was developed over many years of selective breeding. This breed and all other varieties of domesticated pigeons, all are descendants from theÂ rock pigeon.
The Parlor RollerÂ pigeon breedÂ is known for itâs unique, involuntary, performance of turning somersaults on the ground. The breed is considered to be further development form the ParlorÂ Tumbler pigeon. However, read some more information about the breed below.
Parlor Roller Pigeon Appearance
Parlor Roller pigeon is an average sized bird with beautiful and unique appearance. It comes in two types: Parlor orÂ Ground TumblersÂ and theÂ Parlor Roller. The Parlor or Ground Tumblers do one or two somersaults, coming to land squarely on their feet.
But the Parlor Roller performs a continuous backward roll in one direction. And the Parlor Rollers are good for distance competitions.