Pigeons Bleu de Gascogne
The Gascogne Pigeons– also known by names: Gascogne-Taube, Blu della Guascogna, Гасконский голубь – are old varieties derived from Gascogne, France – Originally it has similarities to the French pigeon and its ancestor Ie Biset (rock dove), but the Bleu de Gascogne, whose structure and color is very close to that of the wood pigeon, retains its originality due to its use as a sought-after breed for wood pigeon hunting. In addition to its qualities as a valuable helper to hunters, it is a very rustic, very prolific pigeon, certainly adapted to siege life, but prefers free breeding. It is characterful, shows enthusiasm and vitality, but is not shy and appreciates the man’s companionship.
Pigeons with a slim and sporty demeanor. Its use as a call for wood pigeon hunting allowed it to retain a sleek and powerful body. The harbor is proud and a little high. It has an undeniable presence that contributes to the pleasure of n.
weight ; 600 – 700 gr. A weight that should be respected as a target as a “sports pigeon”, but also to maintain productivity.