Add a dash of color to your day with Birdorable's latest coloring pages. Introducing two new coloring pages that are sure to captivate and charm artists of all ages: the dainty Ruby-throated Hummingbird and the regal Common Pheasant. Whether you're a seasoned bird enthusiast or a budding artist,... Read more »
The Common Pheasant is a type of game bird originally native to parts of Asia and Russia. In some parts of the world the species is known simply as Pheasant. The bird has been widely introduced in other parts of the world. The male is wildly colored, with most having long tails as well as dark iridescent green heads with red wattles.
Common Pheasants are gregarious and will flock when it is not breeding season. In breeding season the polygamous males will often have a harem of females. These birds are flighted but are more commonly seen running along the ground when seeking cover. Despite being ground foragers and ground nesters, they generally roost for the night in trees.
Common Pheasants were introduced to North America in the 1850's as a game bird. The species is able to thrive in a variety of climates; in the United States they can most commonly be found across the Great Plains.
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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 Read more »
Many countries have an official national bird. For example, the national bird of India is the Indian Peacock, and the national bird of Panama is the Harpy Eagle. All U.S. states also have official birds. But did you know that there are even some cities... Read more »
This week's featured t-shirt design is our State Birdorable of South Dakota. The Common Pheasant stands before the state flag of South Dakota. Interestingly, the popular game bird is not a native of North America. Despite this obstacle, the Common Pheasant became the state bird of... Read more »