snow white. Description: The male Reeves's Pheasant is quite recognizable, despite the fact that there is a great deal of variation in the feather patterning. Reeves pheasant feathers have very distinctive markings which makes them popular with our customers who want to design statement headpieces or costumes. Members; 2,398 posts; From: caernarfon north wales; Share; Posted January 9. The decorative, long-tailed Reeves’ pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii) arrived in 1831 thanks to John Reeves, a keen naturalist and tea collector for the East India Company based in Canton. Reeves's Pheasant Syrmaticus reevesii . Reeves's Pheasant x Common (Ring-necked) Pheasant hybrid Syrmaticus reevesii x Phasianus colchicus . This species is not on the main British list as the feral population is so small it is not yet recognised as being self-sustaining. Lewis Silver Pheasants Mikado Pheasants Monal Pheasants (aka Impeyan) Mrs Hume's Pheasant or Bar-tailed Pheasant Reeves's Pheasants Ring-necked (Common) Pheasant aka Chinese Ringneck Pheasant, True Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus ssp.) Share Followers 0. Posted January 9. snow white. Reeves's Pheasant x Ring-necked Pheasant hybrid, Threxton Hill (Norfolk, UK), 19th November 2016 - copyright Dave Appleton (photo ID: 2847) A friend had seen the second bird a few weeks earlier and described it to me - I wondered if it was a hybrid between a Reeves's Pheasant and a tenebrosus variant of Ring-necked Pheasant. Nevertheless they seem to be becoming increasingly easy to find in the Norfolk Brecks where they almost certainly outnumber Golden Pheasants now. By snow white, January 9 in Craft and DIY Section. Reeves Pheasant Feathers Plumage and Tail feathers from the Reeves Pheasant Feature a striking bold pattern, making these feathers perfect for costume design and milinery Available in a wide variety of sizes, the feathers can be used to create effects of varying magnitude: from the subtle effect produced by the smaller feathers, to the use of the longer feathers when a dramatic impact is required! Habitat: Mountains with heavy forest cover. Having the longest tail of any bird, the Reeves Pheasant will need a large pen despite its small stature to ensure the tail feathers aren’t broken accidentally. Reeves Pheasant. Reply to this topic; Start new topic; Recommended Posts. The introduced Reeves's Pheasant population in the Norfolk Brecks appears to be increasing rapidly and as is often the case with species populations becoming established in a new area, hybrids appear. Originally cultivated as a breed for shooting, they are now a threatened breed in the wild due to over hunting. Reeves pheasant Reeves pheasant. Reeves's Pheasant Syrmaticus reevesii Range: Fragmented areas in the mountainous region of central China. Jungle Fowl Lady Amherst's Pheasants. Ijima Copper Pheasant Himalayan Mona Impeyan Pheasant Imperial Pheasant.