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Polish Long-Faced Tumbler ( Polski Dlugodzioby Lotny )

Polski Dlugodzioby Lotny
Polish Long-Faced Tumbler

The polish Long-faced Tumbler – also known by the names: Culbutant Polonais à Bec Long, Polnischer Langschnäbelige Tümmler, Capitombolante Polacco a Becco Lungo, Польский длинноклювый турман – are varieties originating from Poland, in particular from the regions of Krakow and Lemberg, but no information has been found since when it was developed (possibly since the early 18th century). The varieties belonging to the Tumbler pigeons type were first introduced in Germany in 1856, under the name “silver Galicia”. This variety is believed to be the result of cross-breeding of the Danish and Ice Pigeon races. Able to fly very well, but the focus of development seems to be more to increase the quality of the exterior.

Culbutant Polonais à bec long
Culbutant Polonais à bec long
Polnischer Langschnäbeliger Tümmler-tümmler tauben
Polnischer Langschnäbeliger Tümmler