Still, like on the previous blog post, 1 April 2018, at the Lady Amherst’s pheasants‘ dance floor. As this photo shows, the adult male and the females danced on and off rocks, on and off the slope on the left.
See the beautiful orange feathers in the male’s tail.
I cannot get enough of this beautiful bird, so, more photos.
The lifespan of these pheasants is 6-10 years in the wild; 15 years in zoos. Females lay 5-12 eggs, usually in May.
More about Lady Amherst’s pheasants and other wildlife is on its way. So, stay tuned!