The Pasiak Pearl Jarzębiaty Pigeon

The Pasiak Pearl Jarzębiaty Pigeon


Belongs to the pigeons known as the Polish Long-Beaked Fly.

This breed was made from the Pearl Pasiak, and carrier pigeons were also used for crossing.

General impression:

Construction - exemplary: All the elements of the pigeon evaluation should constitute a harmonious whole, creating a type of flying pigeon, slender with obliquely carried body and tail, upright posture.

Template: features of racialism.

Head: Possibly narrow, long in proportion to the size of the pigeon. The line of the head profile, together with the beak and nasal waxes, is uniform, filled, an unbroken line parallel to the base, giving the impression of being straight. The back of the head profile should be gently rounded to the line of the neck. The head, seen from above, shows a regularly widening wedge, along with the beak and nasal waxes. The back of the wedge-shaped head is gently rounded
Eyes: Set as high as possible, as close as possible to the line of the head profile at the back of the skull. The iris of the eye is white – porcelain with a shade of blue, clean and uniform without any other color. Źrenica mała, black, round, located in the center of the iris.
Brew: The colors are bright – flesh with a fine-grained structure, wide, clearly visible.
Beak: Long ( 1/3 head length ), moderately thin wedge-shaped. Flesh color. Small nasal waxes, close to the beak, white powdered.
Neck: Straight, funnel-shaped, thin with the largest possible cut under the beak. Gently widening downwards and harmoniously blending with the breast and shoulders. Neck poses together with the head 1/3 the height of the pigeon.
Breast: Narrow, rounded, not advanced.
Back: Narrow, slightly rounded, sloping downwards.
Wings: black, close to the torso, resting on the tail and not crossing each other with ailerons. They extend to the middle of the dark ribbon on the tail.
Tail: Compact, simple, held diagonally in line with the falling line of the back. The end of the tail does not touch the base.
The legs: Thin, pink - orange color, proportionally high to the size of the pigeon. Thighs visible, not hidden in the feathers of the lower abdomen. In front of the leg, the feathers grow no more than 1 cm below the ankle joint. From the rear, the ankle joint is unfettered. The legs are slightly bent from the ankles, fingers evenly spaced, claws clear.
Plumage: Smooth, plentiful, well-fitting.

Color and drawing:

A magpie drawing, pearl-white color is on the head, neck, breasts, partially your back ( heart ), the tail. Abdomen, the thighs and wings are white. On the chest and back, the pearl shade gradually fades into white. The color of the tail is in the shade of the neck and breast, the transition from a white color of the back to a darker tail must be gently subdued. Before the end of the tail, there is a light brown band across the brakes, and the tail ends with a pale rim. There are brown stripes and evenly distributed brown spots on the wing discs ( peas ). Is required 6 -10 first row white feathers. On wing shields


Head - short, long, wide, convex and concave above the eyes, deficiencies in the wedge shape of the head both in the front part and in the rear rounding of the wedge. Diagonal line of the back profile of the head ( without rounding ) in the neck line. Eye - the iris of an eye of a color other than white – porcelain with a shade of blue. Visible veins and other colors present. Large and misshapen pupil. Eyebrow - deviations in tint, narrow, hardly visible, stopped. Beak - lack of proportion, too thick or too thin, tilted upwards or downwards with respect to the line of the head profile. Large nose waxes. Other than the flesh color of the beak, the gap between the jaws. Neck - short, to the group, not proportional to the construction, broken, no removal of the dewlap. No soft widening downwards. Chest - wide, too much forward. Back - wide, too convex. Wings - carried loosely against the body ( set aside ), dropped below the tail, crossing with ailerons, saber shuttlecocks, less than 6 white shuttlecocks. Tail - canopy, fan-shaped, forked fork, crooked, ajar to the side, vertically skewed . Legs - low, thick, thighs covered with feathers on the lower abdomen, too low feathered, too bent in backward jumps or held in straight jumps, wide or too narrowly set. Close to each other in jumping ( iksowate ), dark nails. Drawing and color - no magpie drawing, color instead of pearl white, gray with a green or rusty tinge. Rusty stripes, White stains. White wheelhouses in the tail, dark feathers in the wings. White feathers in the instep of the tail. No smooth transition from pearly white tail to white. No clear one, brown ribbon ( a color other than brown or spilled ). Ribbon is too wide and lacks a bright border, interspersed in the color of shuttlecocks, misplaced spots, empty fields on wing shields. Model construction - any deviation from the pattern, visible features of alien raciality, condition deficiencies and poor breeding care. They completely eliminate the bird from the evaluation – objawy degeneracji, degeneration, disability like: garb, crooked sternum, crooked tail, crooked beak, crooked legs, crooked fingers, fingers not evenly spaced and fingers close together, and thickening of the fingertips (heels), thickening of the elbow joints of the wings, dividing ailerons of wings, dark eye, with visible signs of alien raciality, plumage deficiencies ( less than 10 ailerons of the 1st and 2nd row, less than 12 wheelhouses in the tail) white feathers in the tail, white tuck of the tail, dark feathers in quills, difference of white ailerons between the right one, and the left wing more than two, oraz nieodpowiedni rozmiar obrączki rodowej, ring inconsistent with the Exhibition Regulations.

Comments for the evaluation:

Głowa – dziób – oko, eyebrow and their color – building a figure - color - drawing – general look.


Group IX Volatile

Wedding ring number 7

Edition 2001