Where Do Pheasants Live?

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Pheasants are a group of birds belonging to the Phisaninae family and are native to East Asia and China. They are very colourful and feed on insects, seeds and berries. They prefer living in wooded agricultural lowlands where food can easily be accessed. The males are larger than the females and do not participate in rearing chicks.
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Pheasants usually live in fields, on the farm where there is plenty of brush as well as in the undergrowth of woodlands. They are birds that are normally on the ground but sometimes will fly for short distances. The Ring-Necked Pheasants can be found in East Asia, China and North America. You can find more information here: http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/ring-necked-pheasant/
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