1. Ring Necked Pheasant<br />By<br />David Matson<br />
2. Habitat<br />They are found primarily in fertile crop land and wooded areas wear thick cover is abundant. <br />Found in small grain fields such as wheat, oats barley, sorgam , some larger grains like corn.<br />They are also found in large open fields of high grasses. <br />
3. Food Chain<br /><ul><li>The food chain consists of Man, predators, Pheasants, grains and berries.
4. They mostly feed on grains like corn, oats , barley, ect , They also will feed on wild berries.
5. They are hunted by a variety of predators, Foxs, coyotes, and Humans for food.
6. They they have multiple colors to blend in with there surroundings</li></li></ul><li>Young<br /><ul><li>The young are relatively small, usually the size of the end of your thumb.
7. They are golden brown in color with black lines.
8. The female can lay up to 14-20 eggs roughly 90 percent hatching rate.
9. The eggs are half the size of a gulf ball.
10. They are white.
11. Very hard shelled </li></li></ul><li>Home Range<br /><ul><li>They are found in abundance in the plain states the east coast.
12. They thrive in states like the Dakota’s, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana.
13. They states that they are found in hold there key ingredients for survival.
14. They hold the countries largest grain production and open prairie. </li>