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In the western world, the peacock was referred to as a slayer of serpents. The shimmering colors of his tail feathers were explained by his supposed ability to transform snake venom into solar iridescence.

In the western world, the peacock was referred to as a slayer of serpents. The shimmering colors of his tail feathers were explained by his supposed ability to transform snake venom into solar iridescence.

Golden Pheasant - Native to western China; feral populations established in the U.K. and elsewhere.

Golden Pheasant - Native to western China; feral populations established in the U.K. and elsewhere.

Daurian Partridge - much of temperate eastern Asia, from Kyrgyzstan east to China and Mongolia

Daurian Partridge - much of temperate eastern Asia, from Kyrgyzstan east to China and Mongolia

Temminck's tragopan - beautiful pheasant that appeared in my dream last week, before I'd ever seen one.

Temminck's tragopan - beautiful pheasant that appeared in my dream last week, before I'd ever seen one.

SILVER PHEASANT  Lophura nycthemera  ©Tamara Kenneally    The Silver Pheasant is a species of pheasant found in forests, mainly in mountains, of mainland Southeast Asia, and eastern and southern China, with introduced populations in Hawaii and various locations in the US mainland. The male is black and white, while the female is mainly brown. Both sexes have a bare red face and red legs..

SILVER PHEASANT Lophura nycthemera ©Tamara Kenneally The Silver Pheasant is a species of pheasant found in forests, mainly in mountains, of mainland Southeast Asia, and eastern and southern China, with introduced populations in Hawaii and various locations in the US mainland. The male is black and white, while the female is mainly brown. Both sexes have a bare red face and red legs..

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