Ring-Necked Pheasant

The Ring-necked Pheasant was introduced into North America from Asia and is established over much of the continent, especially in agricultural lands. It is a distinctive and colorful species and is a popular game bird.

Ring-Necked Pheasant Egg
Incubation: Ringneck Pheasant eggs take 24-25 days at 99.5 in a forced air incubator or 101.5 in a still air, with a humidity of 60-65%. Stop turning on the 22nd day and raise the humidity to 80-85%

Ring Necked Pheasant Distribution Map
Map Source USGS