Pheasants, Phasianus Colchicus, Video Footage
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Pheasants, Phasianus Colchicus, Video Footage.

The Pheasants, Phasianus Colchicus, Video Footage shows common pheasants in various seasonal situations.

First of all the common pheasant is native to Asia and has been widely introduced elsewhere as a game bird.

In particular Common pheasants are gregarious birds and outside the breeding season form loose flocks.

Besides that, they are always timid once they associate humans with danger. Consequently  they will quickly retreat for safety after hearing the arrival of hunting parties in the area.

While common pheasants are able short-distance fliers, they prefer to run.

At least since the Roman Empire the bird was extensively introduced in many places.

Finally Pheasant farming is a common practice, and is sometimes done intensively.

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