golden pheasant

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Synonyms for golden pheasant

brightly colored crested pheasant of mountains of western and central Asia

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Harder shot will stay round when it hits a pheasant, and hence be far more likely to penetrate the chest cavity--one reason Fiocchi's Golden Pheasant shotshells, with nickel-plated shot, have been sought out by knowledgeable pheasant hunters for years.
FOUR golden pheasants were beaten and killed after the door to their enclosure was kicked open late at night.
On the other side are palms and ferns and bamboo where golden pheasants strut around with haughty confidence.
The park inhabitants include four pygmy goats, two San Clemente goats, three sheep, two pigs, one bull, two horses, one burro, two deer, several ducks, geese and chickens and two golden pheasants.
As I looked over the pigeons and chatted with the owner, the girls went on ahead of me, and I had to hurry past pens of golden pheasants and quail to catch up.
They will have a wide choice of pets ranging from rabbits and guinea pigs to cockatiels and golden pheasants.
Spectacularly plumed peacocks strut the driveway and golden pheasants can be spotted around the grounds.
He also supplied several other breeds of monkey, deer, goats, flying foxes, porcupines, squirrels, sealions, two Mississippi alligators (later returned), lizards, turtles, rattle and copperhead and other snakes, several types of birds, including vultures, an eagle and golden pheasants and numerous fish.