|Scientific name||Crossoptilon crossoptilon|
|Length||34 to 38 inches (86 to 96 centimeters)|
3.0 to 4.5 pounds (1400 to 2050 grams)
5.0 to 6.0 pounds (2350 to 2750 grams)
|Incubation||24 to 25 days|
|Number of eggs||4 to 7 eggs|
Where does the lion really sleep tonight?
I “eared pheasants” and get their name because they are white and have the prominent ear tufts of the genus, not because they have white ears. They are called shagga, meaning snow fowl, by indigenous Himalayan peoples.
But the females are tough too!
Eared-pheasants feed on a range of seeds, fruits, leaves and shoots, but are mainly diggers, using their powerful beak to dig up roots, bulbs and insects
Don’t touch the hair!
ound at between 3,500 and 4,300 m above sea level during the breeding season, but down as low as 2,800 m Tibet China, India
White eared-pheasants are considered vulnerable.
No effort is too small!