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Posted 22nd September 2010, 12:07 AM
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Russian highflyers


Check out this video on youtube. The best highflyers ever. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zjtfU4ZD7A
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Posted 22nd September 2010, 11:59 AM
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What do you guys think about them?
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Great video, thanks for sharing. I'm not into high flyers or know much about them but the looked like they are good high flyers...
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11 hrs is very good. But, they did not sky out. Highfliers need to disappear in the sky above the loft for at least 2 hrs then they should show themselves. In my club those birds would of been disqualified because they did not reach prescribed heights.
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But, they did not sky out.
How can you tell that? We only saw 5 minutes of an 11 hour run. And its also pretty easy to keep watch on the birds with a camera with a 20x zoom. When the camera fella zoomed out at the 3:10 mark, them birds disappeared from view. Maybe just me....
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So hi-fliers need to sky out, thanks learned something new today

But then as Possum Fat said, the skying out will depend on the person watching, right ?
For a guy who cannot read a license plate those birds will be sky out pretty soon
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11 hrs is very good. But, they did not sky out. Highfliers need to disappear in the sky above the loft for at least 2 hrs then they should show themselves. In my club those birds would of been disqualified because they did not reach prescribed heights.
Watch the video again outcold. The did sky out. Take a another look at the video at 3:11. Its just they used a camera with 20x optical zoom without it you wont be able to see them. It took them 15 minutes to sky out.
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 12:16 PM
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well hi didnt film them for 11hr so hemost likley just filmed them when they were visible do you have a pic of what the look like
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 01:12 PM
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heres a pic of them
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 03:35 PM
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Where are you located, Tucson, AZ? It looks like the birds in the video are in Russia somewhere. Did you import them to the US?
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 04:36 PM
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heres a pic of them
those look like bellneck rollers to me are you sure they are highflyers
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 04:42 PM
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Where are you located, Tucson, AZ? It looks like the birds in the video are in Russia somewhere. Did you import them to the US?
Those pigens are not mine. Next year I am going to Russia so I am planning to get 3 pairs of this breed.
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 04:46 PM
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those look like bellneck rollers to me are you sure they are highflyers
I used to have exactly this breed back in Russia. Its called "Perm Grivuni". They dont roll. They tumble like iranian highflyers. Do bellneck rollers can fly for 7-12 hours?
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Posted 23rd September 2010, 04:48 PM
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well just research them as much as you can before your purchase so you know what to look for in the breed while your there
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I used to have exactly this breed back in Russia. Its called "Perm Grivuni". They dont roll. They tumble like iranian highflyers. Do bellneck rollers can fly for 7-12 hours?
no they dont lol so make sure the ones that you buy do they sure are very pretty birds
just for referance sake here are a couple pics of some bellneck rollers for you to see what I ment .


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