Ring-Necked Pheasant Negative Footprint measures 3.03 X 2.08 inches. Ring-Necked Pheasant Negative Footprint is made of polyurethane resin in the USA. Common Pheasant

Ring-Necked Pheasant or Common Pheasant has many color forms of the male ranging in color from nearly white to almost black in some melanistic examples.

The body plumage is barred bright gold or fiery copper-red and chestnut-brown plumage with iridescent sheen of green and purple; but rump uniform is sometimes blue.

The wing coverage is white or cream and black-barred markings are common on the tail. The head is bottle green with a small crest and distinctive red wattle.

While common pheasants or Ring-Necked Pheasants are able short-distance fliers, they prefer to run. If startled, they can suddenly burst upwards at great speed, with a distinctive “whirring” wing sound and often giving kok kok kok calls to alert conspecifics.

Common pheasants nest solely on the ground in scrapes, lined with some grass and leaves, frequently under dense cover or a hedge.

The Ring-Necked Pheasant males are polygynous as is typical for many Phasianidae, and are often accompanied by a harem of several females.

They eat a wide variety of animal and vegetable type-food, like fruit, seeds, grain, mast, berries and leaves as well as a wide range of invertebrates.

Ring-necked pheasant is both the name used for the species as a whole in North America and also the collective name for a number of subspecies and their intergrades that have white neck rings.