The Berne Lark pigeons – also known by names: Alouette Berneis, Berner Lerche, Allodola Bernese, Бернский жаворонок – are varieties derived from Bern (Switzerland), which began to be developed since the 1700s. This variety is incorporated into the berne color pigeons type, and is developed for its excellent flying performance and ability.
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The ground colour is a pale grey without any bluish or reddish tone. The wings, flights and tail slightly darker, the neck with a greenish sheen, the breast a bright, rich, gold/yellow (ochre).