Gdańsk High-flying pigeon
The Gdańsk Falcon, niemiecka - Danzig high flier, francuski - Danzig Flying High, English - Danzig Highflyer,
Gdańsk and nearby towns. Bred from Persian pigeons, brought by raftsmen from the southern regions of Poland and brought by a sailor in the mid-nineteenth century, pigeon from Calcutta. From this crossword, the Gdańsk high-volatility was made, brought to the present appearance by selection. Formerly known as the Gdańsk Falcon. Currently, in the area of Tczew and the surrounding area, you can still find the old type of Gdańsk high-flying in rare colors and plumage drawings.
Long torso, neat and slender, carried horizontally, on medium-length legs, semi-oval and broad tail, a head in the shape of a streamlined wedge with a wide crown from ear to ear.
Template: features of racialism.
|Head:||Narrow, widening towards the rear, without edges and flat top of the "plate", it is wedge-shaped, from the profile from the end of the beak to the lace, it forms one flowing line. A wide and full crown is required on the back of the head, no rosettes on the sides and no gaps or protruding feathers.|
|Eyes:||Pearl and white, glass-blue, light blue, dark blue, light marbled, dark marbled, but milky white is the prettiest.|
|Brew:||Narrow, white with a bluish tinge.|
|Beak:||Slim, more than medium-long, light-flesh color. It forms one with the head, streamlined. The wax cakes are small and delicate.|
|Neck:||The average length, possibly slender with a beautiful notch of dewlap.|
|Breast:||Moderately broad and strong, rounded, slightly forward.|
|Back:||Long, slightly concave, slightly sloping, forms one straight line with the tailline, horizontal figure posture.|
|Wings:||Strong, long, close to the body, resting on the tail, not intersecting, ailerons compact, shorter than the tail.|
|Tail:||From 14-18 wide and long wheelhouses, with a semi-oval vault, wide, wider than the breast with two wheelhouses on each side, it cannot be "roof-like" and with divided "roof-like" wheelhouses.|
|The legs:||Less than medium length, jump and unfair toes, bright red. The nails are clear.|
|Plumage:||Plentiful, smooth, well-fitting to the body, it should be shiny, and on the neck and nape shimmering with a metallic sheen.|
Kinds of colors:
Monochrome: White, black, Red, yellow, blue with stripes, fawn, peas.
Marbled ( mazery): light and dark fawn, blue, copper, black.
Patterned ( Shymle): a color other than white only on the neck in all colors.
Harlequins ( szeki ): colored feathers in all colors isolated on a white background.
With a white head, ailerons and a tail ( bunt ) red and yellow, less often black and blue.
Srock ( elstry ): in all colors.
Color and drawing:
Monochrome: Pure and intense color, in black and blue the neck has a metallic green sheen.
Marbled: Of course – head, back, flight feathers and tail are white, there is little white in the neck, the color goes to the wing discs, breast and abdomen, gradually brightens. Dark - all speckled, head, back, ailerons and tail.
Patterned: All white, only spotted on the neck.
Harlequins: The basic color is white, evenly distributed colored feathers in a small number.
Srock: All the colors, the head is colored, neck, breast, seat on the back, back and tail. The rest is white like a magpie, there may be a white spot on the neck in front ( heart).
Short pigeon, awkward, tall figure. Stout, kanciasta, short, head with a flat crown. Red and "cut" eyes. Wide, red and yellow eyebrow. Above the eyes of the "cop". Fat, short, thin or "duck" beak . Large nose waxes. Crown too low, narrow, curve with large gaps and rosettes. Lowered wings. Narrow tail, canopy with gaps - clearances. Feathered jumps or toes. Large deviations in color or drawing.
Comments for the evaluation:
Head - eye, brew, beak and their color - lace - figure - posture - neck - tail - color and drawing - general appearance.
Group IX Volatile
Wedding ring number 7