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Price per Pair: $125.00

Photo Credit: Sylfred1977

Lady Amherst’s Pheasant

Lady Amherst’s Pheasants are named for Sarah Amherst, who was responsible for sending the first specimen of the bird to London in 1828. Male Lady Amherst’s Pheasants are average 44” in length, with their tail accounting for around 31” of their total length. The males feature a gray underbelly;  a long, gray tail; a red, blue, green, and white rump, a dark green chest and head, and a red crest. The female is a dull mottled brown color.

Scientific Name: Anas versicolor

Native to: China

Average Length: Male: 40” to 48” Female: 26”

Average Weight: 1.5 to 2 lbs.