Bulwer's Wattled Pheasant
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Clutch Size: 5
Incubation Period:: 25 days
Description - Male: The male is one of the most spectacular of all pheasants. The species is named for the bright blue facial wattles that are extended several inches during courtship. The curved white tail is also a noticeable feature. The general body color is dark blue to black, with the throat and upper breast purplish.
Description - Female: The female is dull brown overall with fine black vermiculations; crestless, blue facial skin.
Status in Captivity: Very rare, perhaps fewer than 50 birds in captivity.
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