The colorful bird, called as golden pheasant exhibits an absolute balance of colors, beauty and nature. These birds are widely spread in China, Europe, United States and their surroundings. With golden hairs, red colored body and brown tail; they look simply amazing to those who possess love for birds. Comparing to the male pheasants, male pheasants are less colorful, flashy and smaller in size. These birds are popular as game birds and attract almost everyone with their beautiful colors and alluring build. The multi colored feathers add excellent beauty to the look and feel of these birds as you can see in the golden pheasant pictures.

Facts about Golden Pheasants

  • The golden pheasant bird was very first introduced by Linnaeus in 1758.
  • The Golden Pheasants are scientifically classified under the Kingdom Animalia, Phylum Chodata, Class Aves, Order Galliformes, Family Phasianidae, Genus Chrysolophus and Species C. pictus. Binomally, Golden Pheasants are known as Chrysolophus pictus.
  • One of the interesting golden pheasant facts is that it can very easily and quickly feel danger.
  • It can be said that these birds are master in sensing unusual hazards and threats of any kind.
  • The female pheasant can lay almost 9 to 11 eggs in the proliferation season and these eggs are then hatched after three weeks.
  • In China people think of Golden Pheasant as a sign of good luck, best fate and prosperity.
  • According to a piece of Golden Pheasant information, the birds are also known as Chinese Pheasants, since they originated in China and are considered as a sign of good fate there.

Golden Pheasant Habitat

Mostly the Golden Pheasants are found in zoos. When it comes to live outside the zoo, they prefer ground places where they can found there diet with ease. They are also found in the dense forests on hilly areas. Though they like to roam on grounds in the day time but at nights they take rests in thick and dense trees.

Golden Pheasant Diet

The Golden Pheasants mostly like to have seeds, berries, leaves, shoots, vegetables, invertebrates and other insects from the ground in their diet.

Golden Pheasant Conduct

The Golden Pheasants can be easily said as ground birds, since they possess great likeness for ground areas. This preference is just because they can find food with them easily and can run safely and quickly in case of any danger. In case of any threat or unusual activity the Golden Pheasants are capable of jumping really high and within a flash.

By nature they possess a lot of shyness in their moods. Unlike other birds, where they want to fly in flocks, the Golden Pheasants like to roam around either alone or in pairs. This proves their shyness and introvert nature.

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