Meet Birdorable's Common Pheasant: Common in Name, Unique in Style

Birdorable Common Pheasant

The Common Pheasant, a bird famous for its striking plumage and adaptability, is the latest addition to our Birdorable family. This bird is truly a sight to behold with its vivid colors and intricate patterns, making it a standout among game birds.

Native to large parts of Asia and parts of Europe, the Common Pheasant has been introduced to various regions across the globe, showcasing its remarkable ability to thrive in diverse environments. These introductions have made the Common Pheasant one of the most widely recognized and, indeed, common species of pheasant worldwide. Its presence is so significant that, despite not being native to North America, it has been designated as the state bird of South Dakota, symbolizing its importance in local culture and wildlife.

Our Birdorable version of the Common Pheasant captures the essence of this magnificent bird in an adorable, stylized form. Whether you're a bird enthusiast, a lover of wildlife, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty of nature, our range of cute Birdorable Common Pheasant t-shirts and gifts is perfect for you. These items are not just a way to celebrate the beauty of the Common Pheasant but also a great way to share your passion for birds with the world. Explore our collection and find the perfect Common Pheasant-themed item to express your admiration for this stunning bird.

Photo of a Common Pheasant

Common Pheasant by Stefan Berndtsson (CC BY 2.0 DEED)

Common Pheasant photo

Common Pheasant by Ron Knight (CC BY 2.0 DEED)

Cute Common Pheasant Gifts


Gattina on April 17, 2010 at 10:36 AM wrote:
They are beautiful, fortunately you don't see it when you have one on your plate ! I think I will become vegetarian !
Ashira on April 17, 2010 at 11:18 AM wrote:
Whoah, cool! : D I thought they were called Ring-necks. Is Common just another name for them? :3
Birdorable on April 17, 2010 at 5:42 PM wrote:
Ashira, yep! "Ring-necked Pheasant" is a collective name for a number of subspecies & hybrids of this game bird. :)
Ashira on April 18, 2010 at 9:21 AM wrote:
Oh, okay. Thanks! :3
Heather Richards on October 6, 2016 at 6:56 PM wrote:
I like birds when they have wigs, plunjars and ponytails. Please do a one with a wig next! Please please please with hot sauce on top!
Heather Richards on October 6, 2016 at 6:56 PM wrote:
I like birds when they have wigs, plunjars and ponytails. Please do a one with a wig next! Please please please with hot sauce on top!
Heather Richards on October 6, 2016 at 6:56 PM wrote:
No wigs on this bird.
Heather Richards on November 27, 2016 at 9:37 PM wrote:
Wait! I think I saw a W, I, G!
Louise Warner on March 2, 2017 at 8:06 AM wrote:
common? i have never seen one ( in the wild.)
Spurwing Plover on April 23, 2020 at 3:09 AM wrote:
I saw one a few years ago crossing a road just outside Yreka California he was taking his own time to
Spurwing Plover on January 27, 2022 at 6:48 AM wrote:
There is book Bird Brain by Guy Kenaway about murdered man who returns(Reincarnated) as a Pheasent
Spurwing Plover on May 21, 2022 at 7:38 AM wrote:

Leave a comment

Comments with links or HTML will be deleted. Your comment will be published pending approval.
Your email address will not be published

NATUWA Macaw Sanctuary: Saving the Scarlet Macaw and Great Green Macaw in Costa Rica

NATUWA Macaw Sanctuary works to protect native wildlife in Costa Rica. In this guest post, Rodolfo Orozco Vega from the project shares some of the important conservation work they perform with two species of bird. The Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA is an organization formed by Costa Ricans for...

2014 Bonanza Bird #5: Black-throated Finch

The 5th bird in our 2014 Bonanza is an Australian songbird, the Black-throated Finch! Black-throated Finches are granivorous, meaning they eat seeds and grains. They are endemic to Australia, where they are found...

The Plight of the Greater Prairie-Chicken

Best known for their elaborate mating dance, Greater Prairie-Chickens once thrived across large parts of North America. Hunting and habitat loss over the last century has drastically reduced these beautiful birds to near extinction. Once so abundant they were a main...

2013 Bonanza Bird #15: Buff-bellied Hummingbird

A little jewel joins Birdorable today! Today's Bonanza bird is the Buff-bellied Hummingbird, bringing our total number of hummers to five. Buff-bellied Hummingbirds breed in eastern parts of Central America and the Yucatan Peninsula. Their northernmost breeding range extends into the...