Serbian Highflyer Pigeon

The Serbian Highflyer is a breed of pigeon known for its exceptional flying abilities and distinctive appearance. The breed is characterized by long circle flights up to 15 hours. It can fly as high as 1,500 metres (4,900 ft). There are about 20,000 fanciers of this breed in Serbia. (Wikipedia).

Serbian Highflyers are primarily bred for their flying skills. These pigeons are known for their agility, endurance, and ability to perform various aerial acrobatics. Fanciers of this breed often engage in competitions where pigeons are judged based on their flight skills.

The Serbian Highflyer has a unique and attractive appearance. It typically has a short beak, a relatively small head, and a compact body. The wings are pointed and well-developed to support their flying prowess.

Serbian Highflyers come in various color varieties, including white, black, red, yellow, and a combination of these colors. The diversity in color makes them visually appealing.

These pigeons are known to be intelligent and trainable. Breeders often work with them to enhance their flying abilities and to develop a strong bond between the pigeons and their caretakers.

Enthusiasts of Serbian Highflyer pigeons often organize competitions to showcase the birds' flying skills. In these competitions, pigeons are judged based on factors such as height, duration of flight, and the execution of aerial maneuvers.

 Serbian HighflyerSerbian Highflyer (Photo by Graham Manning)