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Siamese Fireback Pheasant

Lophura diardi

The national bird of Thailand, this bird sticks to the forest and suffers greatly from any habitat loss. Living in small groups, a single male is usually found with two or three females. During the breeding season, each female can lay up to 40 eggs.



Found At


Least Concern

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