¬†I keep a copy of this book in my library. It is the book I go to first when I want to know where a bird is from, how big a clutch the hen will lay etc.
Book: The Pheasants of The World, by Paul A. Johnsgard
Biology and Natural History Second Edition 1999
398 pages, hardcover with dustjacket, condition-used very good
I have to call it used but looks like never been read.
This book brings together extensive information on the comparative biology and conservation status of wild pheasant populations. species accounts address such topics as evolutionary history and relationships, social behavior, movements and migrations, and reproductive biology. Each species is illustrated by a color photograph or a classic lithograph by Joseph Wolf, and sixty-eight line drawings depict behavior and anatomy.Add $4 for shipping/packaging.¬†