Swinhoe Pheasants - Juveniles 4-6 months
Swinhoe’s Pheasant was named after the naturalist, Robert Swinhoe, who first described the species in his writings. Also known as the Taiwan Blue Pheasant, the bird is often considered a national symbol to the Taiwanese.
Breeding season falls between March-June. The female typically nests on the ground, and you can expect up to 6 eggs per clutch. Diet consists of seeds, fruit, greens, and game bird pellet.
Our pheasants are not pinioned.
All Swinhoe Pheasants are juveniles, 4-6 months old.