The Armenian Tumbler pigeon is a breed of domestic fancy pigeon. It is actually a breed of Tumbler pigeons that originated in Armenia.
Like most other pigeon breeds, this bird has the ability to fly well. As the name suggests, these birds are a part of the Tumbler family, and they are bred mainly for their color and flight.
It’s a common breed and pretty popular in it’s native area. Read some more information about this breed below.
Armenian Tumbler Pigeon Appearance
The Armenian Tumbler pigeon is an average sized bird with beautiful appearance. It has a round head, which can be non-crested or fully crested. Beak of these birds is of medium size and light pink in color.
Although some birds have a black colored beak. The color of their eyes can pearl, orange and yellow. And they can also have two eye colors, one for each eye.
The Armenian Tumbler pigeon generally has distinct markings. Many birds have black necks with black tails, but others have yellow tails and yellow necks.
Feathers of these birds are usually clear and smooth as well as being strong. They also have feathers on their feet. Info from Wikipedia.
Armenian Tumbler pigeon is raised mainly for flying purpose.
The Armenian Tumbler pigeon is a hardy and strong breed. It is an excellent flying breed. These birds can fly for about 2-3 hours. And like most other Tumbler pigeons, they can also roll or spin while in flight.
Currently the breed is a pretty popular flying breed in it’s native area. Review full breed profile of this breed in the following chart.
|Breed Name||Armenian Tumbler|
|Breed Purpose||Mainly flying|
|Special Notes||Beautiful birds, attractive appearance, active, strong, good for flying|
|Climate Tolerance||Native climates|
|Country/Place of Origin||Armenia|