Origin and economic characteristics
It takes its name from the city of Ostrava in Moravia (Czech Republic) from where it originated around 1880 starting from pigeons carunculate, Bagadesi, Coburg lark and ties. Officially recognized as a breed in 1937.
Sturdy Colombo with very inclined bearing, flattened head, face tilted downwards and rather long neck.
It has a well-developed dewlap and a tie. Long legs with impatient tarsi.
Cloaks: all recognized and well-fixed cloaks are allowed.
Bagadese di Ostrava red hammered (photo www.pigeons-france.com)
Bagadese di Ostrava white and blue hammered (photo www.pigeons-france.com)
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