The Sverdlovsk blue-gray mottle-headed pigeon is a breed of fancy pigeon. It is mainly a flying breed and can fly at a high attitude.
The breed was actually originated from the solid blue-gray and blue-craw pigeons. Read more information about the breed below.
Sverdlovsk blue-gray mottle-headed pigeon is a medium sized breed with solid body and with well-developed pectoral muscles.
These birds usually have middle-sized, oval head and the forehead is wide and slightly prominent. Their wings are strong and lie on the tail, and their back is wide and is inclined towards the tail.
Their neck is relatively short, but strong without flexure. Their eyes are of light colored, with redness in the iris. They have medium sized bill which is light-gray in color and tightly closed.
Chest of the Sverdlovsk blue-gray mottle-headed pigeon is wide, strong, well developed and slightly prominent. Legs and feet of these birds are usually medium in size, and are of crimson-color.
Their main color pattern is the head is white down to the middle of the neck and has color marks.
Otherwise they are blue-gray. Their wing flaps have two dark stripes, and the tail is blue-gray in color with a dark stripe at the edge. Photo and info from Wikipedia.
This pigeon is an excellent flying breed. It is used mainly for flying purpose.
The Sverdlovsk blue-gray mottle-headed pigeon is a very hardy and active breed. It is noted for it’s excellent flying ability.
The breed is capable of flying for 3-6 hours at a high attitude. The birds usually fly separately in the air, but may also fly in a flock. Their flight is usually smooth, and they open their tail when flying.
However, review full breed profile of this breed in the following chart.
|Breed Name||Sverdlovsk Blue-Gray Mottle-Headed|
|Breed Purpose||Mainly flying|
|Special Notes||Beautiful, known for their flying ability and are excellent flyers, relatively calm in nature, make excellent pets, very hardy and active, usually fly separately in the air but may also fly in a flock, smooth flight|
|Climate Tolerance||All climates|