English Long Face Tumbler
The English Long Face Tumbler is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. English long face tumblers, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the Rock Pigeon.
This breed is available in both clean legged and muffed varieties. Due to its short beak it requires foster parents to raise its young. The breed is popular around the world and has continued development particularly in the United States.
Feather Quality: Fine, smooth and soft with good breadth. Profuse and reasonably loose on head and neck to give fullness, becoming closer and tighter fitting on body, wings and tail.
Legs and feet:Legs set well apart and of medium length. Feet small, shanks and feet free of feathers, and a bright coral red.
Size:A medium size bird which stands 9 to 10 inches tall. Proportion and balance is utmost importance.
Excessive plucking, trimming or dyeing
Crooked or deformed toes
Less than ten flights
Less than twelve tail feathers
Twisted, crossed or otherwise misformed mandibles