Ringnecked Pheasants

a.k.a. Common Pheasants

Phasianus colchicus

A pair of Ringneck Pheasants
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green


Ringneck Links:

North Dakota State University Extension has a page on raising and breeding Ringneck pheasants.

The Mac Farlane Pheasant Farm raises domestic variants of the Ringneck pheasant.

Dan Cowell's page on the Common Pheasant

Here's a page on maintaining Ringnecks

Chris Fenech's Ring Neck Pheasants

Sullivan Pheasant Farm

Manchurian Ringneck Pheasant

Growth of Ringneck chicks

Ringneck Pheasant habitat

Ringnecks at Hinkjc's Poultry

Elkhorn Farms & Hatchery, Inc. specializes in Ringnecks.

Various rare color forms can be found at Mott's Bird Farm.

The related Green Pheasant can be found at Uberchic Ranch!


Tommy Green's domestic Ringneck cock "Jason"
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green

Close-up shot of "Jason's" head
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green

A Ringnecked cock bird
Photo courtesy of B&D Game Farm

A pen of Ringnecked Pheasants
Photo courtesy of B&D Game Farm

A trio of Buff Ringnecks
Photo courtesy of Daniel Sörensen

A nice shot of a wild Ringnecked hen
Photo courtesy of Terry Danish

A Ringneck cock in winter
Photo courtesy of Vasudha Donnelly

Another wild Ringnecked Pheasant hen

A Grey-rumped Pheasant cock (P. c. strauchi)
Photo courtesy of Mark Rosen

A Melanistic Ringneck cock
Photo courtesy of Seth Jensen

Pair of Melanistic mutants
Photo courtesy of B&D Game Farm

A Ringnecked cock in a tree
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green and Seth

A trio of Snow Pheasants, a mutation of the Ringneck
Photo courtesy of Ellen Rockensock

A Buff Ringnecked Pheasant cock
Photo courtesy of Daniel Sörensen

Three Ringnecks, wearing "no-pick peepers"
Photo courtesy of Caleb Stroh

A young pair of the White Mutant form

A pair of Buff Ringnecks
Photo courtesy of Ellen Rockensock

A Manchurian cross cock bird
Photo courtesy of Linda

Juvenile Ringnecks, male on the left
Photos courtesy of Mark and Patricia

A couple great pictures of Ringneck cocks
Photos courtesy of Tommy Green

And another Ringneck hen
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green & Seth Jensen

A domestic Ringneck, "Jason," in flight
Photo courtesy of Tommy Green


Ringnecked Pheasant chicks
Photo courtesy of Eli M-C


Ringneck Hybrids


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