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THE FLYING PIGEON LOFT

TURKISH TUMBLERS


These pigeons are raised for their tumbling skills and performance. They come in many colors, and plain, mustached, rosed, crested or double crested heads.

They are called by the names written below them as their color description but they are known by their city of origin. The city they are known by is a good indication of what type of tumblers they are.

Several things measure quality of their performance:
As they are low flying birds it is clearly visible what they do in air (this is usually the reason for many to select this breed). All of them tumble while flying straight and most do a combination upstairs climb tumbling but, only the good ones dive towards the loft and just before touching the ground make a helicopter like upstairs climb towards the sky, legs stretched down like they are trying to touch the ground, head down forward between wings looking down and the body 90 degrees to ground vertical take off. Every two to three feet they tumble and keep going up. Some even adds to it by slightly spinning their body around them selves while going up and keeping composure.

When they compete, how low they dive (some sweep the floor with their tail with out landing) how high they climb with how many combinations (tumble and up), and how many times they charge the loft are measured.

Which means everybody gets to be watched in their home turf.

This is also a good opportunity for fanciers to get familiar with each other and show their stock off.



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Turkish: Portakal
(Orange)

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ankara.jpg

Turkish: Arap
(Arab)

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Turkish: Dumanli
(Smoky)

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Turkish: Mavi cilli
(Blue Checker)

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Turkish: Kahve rengi
(Coffee)

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Turkish: Kirmizi
(Red)

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Turkish: Acik Mavi
(Light Blue)

mosu

Turkish: Gumus
(Silver)

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Turkish: Acik Cilli
(Light Checker)

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