Armenian Tumbler

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Armenian Tumbler
Conservation status Common
Country of origin Armenia
Classification
US Breed Group Flying
Pigeon
Columba livia

The Armenian Tumbler is a breed of tumblers that originated in Armenia, where they are bred for their color and flight. As the name suggests the Armenian Tumbler is a part of the Tumbler family. This breed was developed in Armenia, the Armenian Tumbler is a flying type and color pigeon.

Armenian Tumbler appearance[edit]

The Armenian Tumbler usually has a distinct markings many having a black neck with a black tail others with a yellow tail and yellow neck, also known as a bellneck. Their feathers are clear smooth but strong, they might also have feathers on their feet. The Armenian Tumbler has a head- round head, they can also be fully crested or non-crested. They usually have a medium sized light pink colored beak or a black beak. Their eye colors can be pearl, orange, and yellow and they can have two eye colors one for each eye.

Flight[edit]

The Armenian Tumbler can fly for many hours in the air, usually 2 to 3 hours. Typical for the tumbler species, they can spin/roll while in flight.

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External Links Pictures Of Armenian Tumblers[edit]