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Temminicks Tragopan. The Tragopan birds are commonly called "horny pheasants" because of two brightly colored, fleshy horns on their heads that they can erect during courtship displays. The scientific name refers to this, being a composite of tragus (billy goat) and the ribald half-goat deity Pan. Their habit of nesting in trees is unique among phasianids. There are five  species are endangered. Western Tragopan,Satyr Tragopan, Temminck's Tragopan Blyth's Tragopan Cabot's Tragopan

Temminicks Tragopan. The Tragopan birds are commonly called "horny pheasants" because of two brightly colored, fleshy horns on their heads that they can erect during courtship displays. The scientific name refers to this, being a composite of tragus (billy goat) and the ribald half-goat deity Pan. Their habit of nesting in trees is unique among phasianids. There are five species are endangered. Western Tragopan,Satyr Tragopan, Temminck's Tragopan Blyth's Tragopan Cabot's Tragopan

Salvadori's Pheasant (Lophura inornata); Kees van der Borst

Salvadori's Pheasant (Lophura inornata); Kees van der Borst

Mongolian Ringneck pheasant (Phasianus colchicus mongolicus)

Mongolian Ringneck pheasant (Phasianus colchicus mongolicus)

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