Gdańsk High-flying pigeon

Gdańsk High-flying pigeon

Other names:

The Gdańsk Falcon, niemiecka - Danzig high flier, francuski - Danzig Flying High, English - Danzig Highflyer,

Origin:

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.

General impression:

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).

Big mistakes:

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

Edition 2001.