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Red-necked, or common, Pheasants are a species of pheasant native to Southeast Asia, including countries such as Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. They are prized for their striking appearance, which includes a distinctive red neck and head in males and a more muted brown and black plumage in females.
In the wild, Red-necked Pheasants inhabit forests and other areas with heavy vegetation, where they feed on a variety of foods including seeds, insects, and other small animals. They are known to be shy and elusive, and are typically seen in small groups or alone.