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Young Ring-necked Pheasants

One can see the maturing red plate of an adult ring-necked pheasant in these juvenile birds. They are still hanging together as a group, but no longer dependent on a parent bird for protection. This group which included 7 birds indicates a good breeding season.

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Carl Kurtz is a nature photographer from Iowa. His website can be found at www.carlkurtz.com.

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