Structure Pigeons

Hungarian Fantail ( Magyar Páva Galamb )

Hungarian Fantail
Hungarian Fantail - Magyar Páva Galamb

The Hungarian Fantail – also known by the names: Queue de Paon Hongrois, Ungarische Pfautaube, Pavoncello Ungherese, Венгерский павлин – are varieties originating from Hungary, developed since 1890 and declared as distinct varieties in Eastern European countries . Varieties belonging to this type of Structure pigeons are believed to be the result of cross-breeding between Hindi Fantail races with English Fantail. This variety is now limited to a limited number of breeders. Able to fly well, but so far developed solely for display.

Ungarische Pfautaube
Ungarische Pfautaube
Queue de Paon Hongrois
Queue de Paon Hongrois

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