With their telltale call, pheasants are often still heard in woodland in the winter. Natives of Asia, where snow is a significant presence in the winter months, the British climate is arguably easier for these introduced birds. Most that can be seen are far from ‘in the wild’, with gamekeepers looking after their welfare, but there is a possibility that some came with the Romans so in theory there is an element of naturalised individuals as well.
In the Bleak Mid Winter, a pheasant, along with other birds, will peck gently at the snow to help keep hydrated.
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