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    Preston, you are more knowledgeable on wild pheasants than I am so I'm going to ask for your patience as I pick your brain.

    If you're willing I can post here or email you if you'd like.

    Thanks!

    Nick
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    Quote Originally Posted by quail hound View Post
    The more I look at the sub species of ringnecks and the wild birds I see around here the more Formosan I see in them.

    1pleas4, I wonder if they have any polygamous roosters in Utah?
    I believe all pheasants are polygamus.

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    Sorry. I realise now it was a poor attempt a humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpointinglab View Post
    I believe all pheasants are polygamus.
    I thought they were mormons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morrismike View Post
    I thought they were mormons.
    I am going to leave this thread alone!

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    There's 4 pages on this site. You can see photos of what looks to be the Strauchi pheasant just outside of a large city. Photos depict a nice healthy clutch and adults.

    http://dcbbs.zol.com.cn/71/84_701096.html
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    Very cool! Thats some brood that hen pulled off. On the 4th page there's a pic of a rooster with just the slightest white ring showing showing a natural co mingling of subspecies in their native habitat. And how about that covey of huns? Very neat stuff.
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    Back to pheasant in N. America. A couple videos;

    Wild Montana Ringneck pheasants (play this video into full-screen)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBQvhpzfGDI



    Wild SD Ringneck pheasants in a shelter belt
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP8K37x2XLw
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    Oh my....AWESOME!

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    my dogs would have a seizure !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Mike

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