University of Maryland Extension

Wildlife Management: Ring-Necked Pheasants

Robert J. Tjaden, Jonathan S. Kays
Ring-necked Pheasant

Although the Ring-necked Pheasant is an elusive bird, thouse who have seen an adult male will not soon forget his brilliant appearance. Pheasants are not native to Maryland, but there are management techniques you can use to encourage the species. This fact sheet explains those techniques along with the habits and appearance of the birds.

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