PHEASANT TRIVIA and FACTS

The pheasant is a game bird native to southern and central Asia, which has been introduced successfully to Europe and North America.  The ring necked pheasant has become well established in the United States.  Pheasants are also raised commercially.

Pheasant

Pheasants belong to the family Phasianidae, which includes the quails, partridges, and jungle fowl.

Ruffed grouse are sometimes referred to as pheasant in the southern U.S.

The Ring-necked Pheasant (Phasianus culchicus) was designated as the Official Bird of South Dakota in 1943.

Norton is the Pheasant Capital of Kansas.

There are 463  people in the U.S. listed on whitepages.com with the last name 'Pheasant'

 

 

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