Australian Saddleback Tumbler Pigeon

Australian Saddleback Tumbler Pigeon |       Breed Profile
Breed Name Australian Saddleback Tumbler
Other Name None
Breed Purpose Exhibition, pets
Special Notes Beautiful birds, attractive appearance, active, strong, good for show or exhibition, good for raising as pets
Breed Class Average
Climate Tolerance Native climates
Flying Ability Very good
As Pets Good
Color Many. Common colors are almond, andalusian, black, blue, silver, red and yellow
Rarity Common
Country/Place of Origin Australia

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The Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon is a breed of domestic fancy pigeon which is known for it’s distinctive color pattern. As the name suggests, the breed was developed in Australia and was first recognized as a breed in the year of 1917. It was developed in Australia over many years of selective breed.

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This breed and other varieties of domesticated pigeons, all are descendants from the wild or feral rock pigeon. It is grouped as Tumblers, Rollers and High Flyers by the US Breed Group. Currently the Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon is raised for show or exhibition purpose in it’s native area, and also raised for flying. Read some more information about this breed below.

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The Australian Saddleback Tumbler is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. Australian Saddleback Tumblers, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the rock pigeon (Columba livia). As the name suggests, this breed is an Australian creation and was first recognized as a breed in 1917.

The breed is usually muffed (feather-legged) but a clean-legged variety does exist. The name of the breed derives from a distinctive saddle-shaped marking on the back. The marking on the head can be either a stripe (most common) or a spot. Australian Saddleback Tumblers can be shown in any color, but some of the more common are black, red, yellow, blue, silver, almond, and andalusian

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Australian Saddleback Tumbler Pigeon Appearance

The Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon is an average sized breed of domesticated pigeons. It is a very beautiful breed, and well known for it’s distinctive color pattern. These birds usually are feather-legged, although a clean-legged variety does exist. The breed was actually named so because of the distinctive saddle-shaped marking on the back. The marking on the head can be either a stripe or a spot. The stripe is most common.

The Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon breed can appear in any color. Some of the most common color of these birds are almond, andalusian, black, blue, silver, red and yellow.

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Uses

Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon is raised for both flying and exhibition purpose.

Special Notes

The Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon is a very beautiful bird with distinctive color pattern. It is very hardy and strong bird. It is classified as Tumblers, Rollers and High Flyers by the US Breed Group. Currently the breed is raised for both flying and show or exhibition purposes. However, review full breed profile of the Australian Saddleback Tumbler pigeon in the following chart.

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