|To:||Philip Veerman <>|
|Subject:||Fwd: Type of Bird|
|From:||Kim Farley via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Sat, 17 Jun 2023 05:02:14 +0000|
Armed with Phillip's suggestions I have checked my copy of Robson's Field Guide to Birds of South-east Asia and found two of Phillip's species. It appears Silver Pheasant females and juveniles have a red face. Juvenile Lady Amherst's Pheasant is described as very plain grey brown and could be a possible match.
I also checked eBird Media for Golden and Reeves's Pheasants. No pics of juvenile Goldens but the females have a light brown and tan plumage - so if the immatures and juvs are similar to females then maybe not a good match. No pics of Reeves's Pheasant juvs but the immatures have a brown, black and grey rather spotty plumage, so perhaps not a good match either
And then of course there are other Pheasant species, and hybrids too...
On Sat, Jun 17, 2023 at 11:01 AM Philip Veerman <> wrote:
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