The Polish Crest Tumbler – also known by the names: Culbutant Polonais à Couronne, Crested Sedlaty, Polnischer Kronentümmler, Conchiglia Polacca, Польский хохлатый – are varieties originating from Galicia and the Malopolska region, including in Krakow and other areas, other areas of Poland. Varieties belonging to the Tumbler type are very popular, developed in various settlements by the population. It has excellent flying skills, and in terms of looks is also very pretty.
Poland pigeons– the variety of these pigeons was clearly distinguished at the beginning of the 19th century in the areas of Galicia and Małopolska. As the years passed, most of the breeding work in stabilizing and enriching it was made by the breeder of Kraków and gave the breed the proper name Korniarz Sercaty. Currently, this breed is also grown in other regions of Poland.
The main merit in ennobling and consolidating the final crown breed is attributed to the breeders of Kraków and the surrounding area. Also now, the final crownist is bred and has his followers mainly in Krakow, but is also found and raised in other regions of the country.
Cultured and very popular in Małopolska, but mainly in Krakow and neighboring towns. This pigeon is characterized by good health, acuteness and is independent.