Pheasants are beautiful birds, many having spectacular coloring. We have a number of different types currently available as juvenile birds. For more information or to place an order, click the links below:
Silver Pheasants have throats and under parts that are a glossy bluish-black. The upper parts are white with black lines. Females are mostly plain olive and brown, peppered with black.
Male Red Golden Pheasants have beautiful red and gold plumage. Females are rusty red with finely barred black feathers. We have some younger juveniles and some older juveniles that have come into their brilliant full adult plumage.
Males have a beautiful yellow and gold plumage, from which this pheasant gets its name. Females are rusty red with finely barred black feathers. We have some younger juveniles and some older juveniles that have come into their brilliant full adult plumage.
This pheasant has a unique and interesting color pattern, as can be seen from the photo.
This variety is native to the rocky hillsides and bamboo groves of central and western China, extending slightly into Tibet and Burma.
Swinhoe Pheasants, discovered in 1862 by Robert Swinhoe, are native to Taiwan. Males are a brilliant blue with a white crest, back, and a pair of long white tail feathers. The female are mottled brown throughout, providing camouflage.
From eastern China, the Elliot Pheasant has a pale gray head and neck, with a black face that is barred on the fore neck. Its breast and mantle are coppery red, the belly is white, the back is laced black and white, and the tail is barred red and pale grey. Females are brown with markings of chestnut and black.