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David Matson Pd 4: Ring necked pheasant
David Matson Pd 4: Ring necked pheasant
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David Matson Pd 4: Ring necked pheasant
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David Matson Pd 4: Ring necked pheasant

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  • 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>

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