The brown eared pheasant is a large, 96– to 100-cm-long, dark brown pheasant endemic to the mountain forests of northeastern China. It has stiff white ear coverts behind the eyes, which look like a moustache. The crown is black with red bare facial skin and its tail of 22 elongated, white feathers is curved, loose and dark-tipped. Both sexes are similar in plumage.
Similar species: Chicken-like Birds
Uploaded Jan 2, 2022. Captured Feb 19, 2017 12:21 in 2JVQ+9W Maqueda, Spain.