The Szegedin Highflyer pigeon is a breed of fancy pigeon from Hungary. It was developed in Szeged and other cities, over many years of selective breeding. It is also known as a Crested Tippler and originally brought up from the Orient. These birds along with other breeds of domesticated pigeons, all are descendants from the rock pigeon. And the Szegedin Highflyer pigeon belongs to the Flying/Sporting pigeons group.
It is an ancient breed and currently pretty rare. The breed was probably developed in the late 17th or early 18th century. Read some more information about the breed below.
Szegedin Highflyer Pigeon Appearance
Szegedin Highflyer pigeon is a medium sized breed with relatively small appearance. It has half-upright body position with wide chest. Head of the Szegedin Highflyer pigeons is round, and usually have crest. Length of the wings is average, and average body length is about 24-26 cm.
They have relatively long tails with about 12 primary feathers. Their tail is sloping to the rear, but usually do not touch the ground. Their legs are short without any ornamental feathers. Photo and info from Wikipedia.
Szegedin Highflyer pigeon breed is an excellent flyer. It is well known for it’s flying ability. But it is also good for raising as pets.
The Szegedin Highflyer pigeon is an excellent flyer, and it is known for it’s flying ability. Although some breeders claim that since the development is done, there has been a deterioration of the performance of flights on these varieties. The breed is relatively calm in nature and make excellent pets. However, review full breed profile of the Szegedin Highflyer pigeon in the following chart.
Szegedin Highflyer Pigeon | Breed Profile
|Breed Name||Szegedin Highflyer|
|Other Name||Crested Tippler|
|Breed Purpose||Mainly flying|
|Special Notes||Beautiful, known for their flying ability and are excellent flyers, relatively calm in nature, make excellent pets|
|Climate Tolerance||All climates|
|Country/Place of Origin||Hungary|