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Jolly good photos Heron. We have many pheasants here and two cocks and around a dozen hens roost in the pine trees next to our farm and feed on corn we put down under our bird table for them. But they are not as tame as your Philomena - they move under the bushes when I go out with my camera- they are definitely camera shy.
I think perhaps it is the difference between English and Irish pheasants :)
Welcome back, Philomena. More than a few are happy to see you.
Well that's great and you will no doubt be pleased to know that Philomena brought her sister Phyllis in for lunch on Wednesday.
Grin!! Hello Philomena!
Squaa 'k !Hello Carol pleased to meet you xx
She's beautiful, does she have a mate? Unusual to see a female pheasant on her own xxx
There is cock pheasant around I saw him the other day, they don't seem to pair up until the breeding season Fran.
Philomenia and Phyllis. Do you think they might be twins? :-)
Debs, I truly don't know wether they are related or not :)
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