|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The female Pheasant is not as colourful as the male and a little smaller. They can be frequently found in areas of marshy, reedy places also woodland edges. A lot are reared and released for shooting so many escape in to the countryside. They nest in hollows with a thin covering of grass stems, under overhanging cover such as brambles. The lay between 8 and15 eggs in one brood.|
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