Syrmaticus reevesii

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Syrmaticus reevesii

Reeves pheasant.
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Breeding habitat selection of Reeves's Pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii) in Dongzhai National Nature Reserve, Henan Province, China.
The Reeves's pheasant Syrmaticus reevesii is a typical forest bird, inhabiting broadleaf habitats dominated by oaks Quercus spp.
Therefore, we used radio-telemetry to assess the spatial and temporal responses of male Reeves's pheasant to forest edges.
The area comprises the major portion of the eastern distribution of Reeves's pheasant in China (Zheng & Wang 1998, Xu et al.
We used the Euclidean distances approach (Conner & Plowman 2001) to assess edge-use by Reeves's pheasant in the four seasons.
Male Reeves's pheasant (N = 17) used shrub edges, farmland edges, road edges and residential edges non-randomly in all four seasons (P < 0.
Male Reeves's pheasant inhabiting forests surrounded by agriculture and human dwellings did not show avoidance of any forest edge.
Factors responsible for the seasonal patterns in edge use by Reeves's pheasant are likely related to temporal variation of habitat use (Xu et al.
Our results documented the spatio-temporal responses to different forest edges at local scale for one species, but the pattern found for Reeves's pheasant in this reserve may not be unique.
1997: The winter ecology of Reeves's Pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii).
2001: Studies on flocking behavior of Reeves's Pheasant in Dongzhai Nature Reserve, Henan province.
2002: Roosting behavior and factors affecting roost-site used by Reeves's Pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesii).