The Tschirpan Tumbler pigeons – Chirpanski, or also known by the names: Tschirpaner Tümmler , Culbutant de Tschirpana – is a variety known from Chirpan, as well as Stara Zagora (both in Bulgaria), but no data has been found since when it began to be developed, only estimated in the half of the 1900s. Some breeders believe that this variety, which belongs to the tumbler pigeons type, has a very close relationship with the Schumen tumbler pigeons variety.
This is one of the Bulgarian breeds that are known to breeders in Europe and is well received by them, especially in Germany. The Chirpan pigeon was created during the Ottoman Empire, and he is also a member of the Gerdani family. It is characterized by the fact that it is never white tail, but always colored. The pursuit of the breeders is: a continuous wide white neck around the neck, without any white feathers on the body, intense color uniform throughout the body, a hoarse voice and acrobatics in the air. In many birds this is achieved.