Polish Lynx is hailing from Western Galicia. This breed was selected in the first half of 1850, through many crossbreed between country doves and Silesian Cropper which have white flight feathers. Polish Lynx was introduced in Germany in 1870, it is solid, short, with a lower posture and with well large and deep breast. Within Allevamento Poggio di Ponte, there are 4 different color varieties of Polish Lynx: black with white nuances, red with white nuances, blue with white nuances and blue with white bars.
MAIN FEATURES OF THE BREED
Head: Smooth, medium sized with rising forehead. The profile is rounded and elongated.
Eyes: Iris has a color that can be different from orange to red. Contours are thin, smooth, delicate. Blue coat subjects have a grey-blue color, black subjects have a dark color, red and yellow subjects are flesh-colored.
Beak: Medium length, it is dark in black and blue subjects whereas in red and yellow subjects they are wax colored. It shall has delicate nostrils.
Breast: Large, full and deep.
Back: Short and large, slightly inclined.
Wings: Short, large, close-fitting to the body and they well cover the back. Wing shoulder must be covered with breast feathers.
Tail: Short, large, it is carried from slightly inclined to horizontal.
Paws: Short, without feathers. Thighs are scarcely visible and nails color is not important.
Plumage: Well developed, smooth, close-fitting but not too much strictly.
Coat: Blue with white bars or with white nuances; black, red, yellow with white bars or white scaled. All the varieties can have white or colored flight feathers.