Ringneck Pheasant

Ringneck Pheasant came to visit

This Ringneck pheasant came to eat near the creek next to our house this afternoon.He stayed for 15 minutes. So pretty hope he comes back again.

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geode says ... on Friday, Mar 30 at 7:01 AM

Our pheasant became so used to us that he would crow to let us know that he needed more seeds and he would allow me to open the door just a bit to throw them onto the patio for him. Good luck with your pheasant! Keep the pictures coming!

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geode says ... on Friday, Mar 30 at 6:58 AM

We also had a beautiful Ring-necked Pheasant who visited us for three years. We fed him corn and black-oil sunflower seeds. Pheasants don't usually live much more than one year in the wild, but our pheasant obviously did.

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