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LADY AMHERST’S PHEASANT

Chrysolophus amherstiae

Family: Phasianidae

Origin: China and Burma

Lifespan: 8 to 10 years

Reproduction: The female (hen) lays 5 to 12 eggs, the incubation lasts 22 days, the offspring are called chicks.

Nutrition diet: Omnivore (plants, seeds, insects…)

Description: The lady Amherst’s pheasant has a very similar behaviour to the golden pheasant, only males have a colourful coat and the females look after the brooding and the babies. Even if the pheasant can fly it prefers to run.