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Iowa Pheasant

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Iowa pheasant photos and information on these chick can be obtained from many websites. Ring-necked type birds are non-migratory, year-round residents. In the winter, they find shelter in wooded belts that provide feed and cover from predators (foxes, coyotes, bobcats, and others.) The birds hibernate in small flocks with the sexes separate. Both sexes give loud alarm calls like barnyard chickens. Iowa pheasant photos and information on these chick can be obtained from many websites.

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Iowa Pheasant

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The females lay their eggs into one nest or even use the nests of other species and the incubation period lasts about 23-25 days. The hens care for their young till they are 35-40 days old. In danger, females use the crippled bird tactic to lure predators away from the nest of chicks. Iowa pheasant photos and information on these chick can be obtained from many websites.

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