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You ought to add a scientific name, just press "get recommended" having entered the common name.
Chris Brooks - www.dragonfly-images.co.uk
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Never seen previously by my contacts. Does anyone have any information on why such a gender confusion occurs .Only appeared late last year, 2012.
I was asking around if anyone could tell what had happened to the genes etc of this gender confused bird. Never seenpreviously or any pheasant like it.
Gender confused? I can't see any evidence of any female genes here. Could be a young male moulting into adult plumage, or just an unusual colour form. There are almost as many forms of common pheasant as there are mallards.
Lat/Lng: 54.1345, -0.5248
OS grid ref: SE964719
Appeared along with other Pheasants Phasianus colchicus late last year 2012. Almost certainly bred naturally and locally. Area of high landscape value, intense agricultural area.(The Nations bread basket)