The Belgian Ringbeater pigeon is a breed of domestic fancy pigeon from Belgium.
This breed and other varieties of domesticated pigeons, all are descendants from the wild or feral rock pigeon. It is also known as Ringslager Belge and Belgian Ringslager.
Currently the breed is raised for show or exhibition purpose in it’s native area.
But it is also very good for raising as pets and also good for ornamental purpose. Read more information about this pigeon breed below.
Belgian Ringbeater Pigeon Appearance
Belgian Ringbeater pigeon is a small sized breed with very beautiful appearance. It is an attractive bird that often has a neat ruff or peak at the top of it’s neck. The breed appears in a many different color varieties.
Average height of the mature Belgian Ringbeater pigeon is around 9 inches. And average live body weight of the mature birds is around 360 grams. Photo and info from RightPet and Wikipedia.
The Belgian Ringbeater pigeon is raised mainly for show or exhibition purpose.
The Belgian Ringbeater pigeon is a very interesting bird with a cute behavior. The flirtatious male flies around the female in circles beating his wings with a loud clapping sound to win her attention.
Along with raising for show or exhibition purpose, the breed is also very good for raising as pets. It is also pretty good for ornamental purpose.
Average lifespan of these birds is around 7-10 years. However, review full breed profile of this breed in the following chart.
|Breed Name||Belgian Ringbeater|
|Other Name||Also known as Ringslager Belge and Belgian Ringslager|
|Breed Purpose||Exhibition, ornamental, pets|
|Special Notes||Beautiful birds, attractive appearance, good for raising as pets, very good for exhibition purpose, good for ornamental purpose, cute birds, good behavior|
|Weight||Around 360 grams|
|Climate Tolerance||Native climates|
|Country/Place of Origin||Belgium|