Lady Amherst Pheasant
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Range: Southwestern China, northern Burma. Has been introduced locally in parts of Great Britain. Attempted introductions throughout the world, including New Zealand and Hawaii. Birds may also be seen in a semi-feral state in the US, mostly escapes from aviaries or purposely released. It is doubtful there are any breeding popluations here.
Habitat: Mostly wooded areas and bamboo thickets
Status in Wild: Believed to be uncommon, but not endangered.
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