The Pakistani Highflyer or the Pakistani Tippler Pigeon

The Pakistan Highflyer or the Pakistani Tippler Pigeon is a breed of high endurance pigeon developed endemically in Pakistan. This breed is created to perform at a very high altitude in soaring heat upto 50 degrees, flights of 14-18 hrs. 

The Pakistani Highflyer pigeon, also known as the "Pakistani Teddy," is a breed of domestic pigeon that is highly prized for its flying abilities, distinct appearance, and cultural significance in Pakistan. Here are some key features and information about the Pakistani Highflyer pigeon:

Pakistani Highflyers are renowned for their remarkable flying skills. These pigeons are bred for their endurance, agility, and ability to perform intricate aerial maneuvers. Flying competitions are a common way to showcase and judge the pigeons based on their flight capabilities.

Similar to Tippler pigeons, Pakistani Highflyers often participate in endurance competitions where the goal is to have the birds stay in flight for an extended period. These competitions can last for hours, and the pigeons are judged based on their ability to maintain continuous flight.

The Pakistani Highflyer has a unique appearance with a distinctive head shape and posture. The head is round and well-developed, and the neck is relatively short. The body is compact, and the wings are well-muscled to support their flying activities.

Pakistani Highflyers come in various color varieties, including white, black, red, yellow, and combinations of these colors. The breed's diverse color palette adds to its aesthetic appeal.

Pigeon breeding and flying competitions have deep cultural roots in Pakistan. Keeping and breeding high-flying pigeons, including the Pakistani Highflyer, is a tradition that has been passed down through generations. Pigeon enthusiasts take great pride in their birds, and competitions are significant social events.

    Pakistani Highflyer (Photo by Mubashar Shah Gulburg)