French: Faisan de Bulwer German: Bulwerfasan Spanish: Faisán coliblanco
Other common names: Wattled Pheasant
Lawas Mountains, Sarawak.
Male 77–80 cm (tail 45–46 cm), 1470–1800 g; female c. 55 cm (tail 17·5–19 cm), two birds 916 and 1004 g. Inconspicuous crimson eyering and blue... read more
Vocalizations very poorly known in wild. Territorial call shrill, piercing cry (regarded as being... read more
Recorded in submontane areas of mixed dipterocarp forest, bamboo areas on old landslips and ... read more
Food and feeding
Omnivorous; judging by gut contents, ants and termites would seem to predominate; other food items recorded include small crickets, other... read more
Indirect evidence suggests long season: immatures collected in Aug, implying egg laying in Apr; courtship seen in Jul. Mating pattern... read more
No information available, although some observers have suggested that the species is somewhat... read more
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Mace Lande: vulnerable. Few reliable data, but based on anecdotal information and estimated range area, population may be in the order of 2500–10,000... read more
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