The Palawan peacock pheasant is named for the markings on the male bird's tail feathers which resemble the "eyes" of a peacock's tail.
During the breeding season the male offers food to any females nearby. If one accepts the food, he will display to her by spreading and shaking his brightly marked tail.
Coastal lowland and deep forest
Seeds, grains, nuts, leaves, fruit, insects, slugs and worms
Adults / Teens: $8.75
Ages 2 - 12: $5.75
Ages 1 & Under: FREE
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