|Budapest Highflyer Pigeon | Breed Profile
||Poltli, Budapest Short-facedÂ Tumbler PigeonÂ and Budapest Colored
||Beautiful birds, attractive appearance, good for raising as pets, very good for exhibition purpose, excellent temperament, noted for itâs wonderful personalities, alert and happy, respond to human affection, active
||Around 255 grams
|Country/Place of Origin
The Budapest Highflyer pigeon is a breed of domestic fancy pigeon. It was developed in Hungary, and actually was developed over many years of selective breeding. It is also known asÂ Poltli,Â Budapest Short-faced Tumbler PigeonÂ andÂ Budapest Colored. This breed and other varieties of domesticated pigeons, all are descendants from the wild or feralÂ rock pigeon. The Budapest Highflyer pigeon was actually developed as a performing breed, but it is now raised as an exhibition breed over time. The original Budapest Highflyer could allegedly fly so high that it was little more than a dot in the sky before it dropped back into the loft. Currently, it is the most popularÂ pigeon breedÂ in itâs native country, Hungary. Read some more information about this breed below.
Budapest Highflyer Pigeon Appearance
Budapest Highflyer pigeon is a small sized breed with a distinctive square head. It has a slim body with short beak, and has a huge, rather bulging circles of bare flesh around the eyes (which give these striking birds and alert and frog-eyed expression.
Average live body weight of the mature Budapest Highflyer pigeon is around 255 grams
The Budapest Highflyer pigeon was actually developed as a flying breed. But today, it is raised mainly as an exhibition breed.
The Budapest Highflyer pigeon is an alert and very active bird. These birds are actually noted for their wonderful personalities and their alert and happy natures. They usually respond to human affection, and very good for raising as pets. The original birds could tumble in the air. But today most fanciers focus on breeding show birds. Average lifespan of these birds is about 7 to 10 years. However, review full breed profile of the Budapest Highflyer pigeon in the following chart.