Pheasant Territorial Behavior: Video with pheasant calls explained

If you’ve ever heard ring-necked pheasants calling during early spring, you might have been hearing their territorial behavior.

Male pheasants are quite territorial during the breeding season. They will climb up on rocks or leaf piles to crow at regular intervals. These calls are made to defend territories, and also to attract females.

This video is a perfect example of the body language

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