Grey Peacock Pheasant
The Grey Peacock Pheasant (Polyplectron bicalcaratum) get their name from their striking feather patterns.
Their diet consists of fruits, seeds, figs, plums and bamboo seeds. They will forage for insects, rice and grains. They do love peanuts.
The Grey Peacock-pheasant are greyish brown with finely spotted green eyespots, an elongated bushy crest, bare pink or yellow facial skin, white throat, and grey iris, bill and legs. The sexes are rather similar, but the female is smaller, darker and less ornamented than the male. The young resemble the female.
Eggs: 1-2 per clutch, up to 3 clutches a year
Conservation Status: Least Concern