Welcome to Bryan's Birds
The ringneck pheasant is not native to this continent. It was first introduced from China. Pheasant is one of the world's most hunted birds and it has been introduced for that purpose to many regions.

From wikipedia ~ "The adult male Common Pheasant of the nominate subspecies Phasianus colchicus colchicus is 76-89 cm in length with a long brown streaked black tail, accounting for almost 50 cm of the total length. The body plumage is barred bright gold and brown plumage with green, purple and white markings. The head is bottle green with a small crest and distinctive red wattle. P. c. colchicus and some other races lack a white neck ring" 

Also from Wikipedia ~ "The female (hen) is much less showy, with a duller mottled brown plumage all over and measuring 53-63 cm long including a tail of around 20 cm. Juvenile birds have the appearance of the female with a shorter tail until young males begin to grow characteristic bright feathers on the breast, head and back at about 10 weeks after hatching."

The Pheasants we raise are chinese ringneck pheasants. We started off with 40 chicks from another breeder in New York State and then we have hatched our own after that.

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