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Pet Pheasants


Pheasant are characterised by males being highly ornate with bright colours and adornments such as wattles and long tails. Males are usually larger than the females, and have longer tails. Males play no part in rearing the young. Pheasants typically eat seeds and some insects.

There are 35 species of pheasant. The best-known is the Common Pheasant which is widespread throughout the world in introduced feral populations and in farm operations. Various other pheasant species are popular in aviaries, such as the Golden Pheasant.


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Pheasant Breeds


Pheasants

Blackneck Pheasant
Chinese Ringneck Pheasant
Common Pheasant
Golden Pheasant
Lady Amherst Pheasant
Mongolian Pheasant
Reeves Pheasant
Siamese Fireback Pheasant
Silver Pheasant
Swinhoe Pheasant
   






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