“Feast Your Eyes on the Magnificent Beauty of the Western Tragopan: A Bird with Vibrant Plumage and Unique Features”

This bird is a type of pheasant that’s quite big and has a short tail. The male of the species looks mainly dark, but it has noticeable white spots all over its body. You can easily spot an orange patch on its breast, a red hindneck, a face that’s reddish in color, with a black crown and ears, and a blue throat. Females, on the other hand, are brownish-gray with lighter underparts and white streaks. This bird lives in untouched mountainous forests that have dense undergrowth. It usually eats on the ground and sleeps on tree branches. Its call sounds like a short, nasal wail.

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