Bouquet of Pheasants
Pavo cristatus The largest members of the pheasant family. Males get their full train at age 4. At age 1 they begin to practice displaying and working on their dance moves to impress the ladies. Conservation Status: IUCN Least Concern
Numida meleagris These native African birds can fly but prefer to walk. They are social birds with many different calls and sounds. Conservation Status: IUCN Least Concern
Lophura swinhoii An unofficial symbol of its native Taiwan because its feathers are the colour of the flag-red, white and blue. It's named after British naturalist Robert Swinhoe. Conservation Status: IUCN Near Threatened Due to deforestation and heavy hunting in the past.
Chrysolophus pictus An artist's inspiration-this bird is prominent in both ancient and modern Chinese art. Their feathers were used to adorn headdresses, swords and other wares. Conservation Status: IUCN Least Concern
Syrmaticus Mikado The males dance sideways to impress the females after attracting her with wing whirring and sharp calls. Conservation Status: IUCN Near Threatened Due to hunting and habitat loss.