Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus gallus)

Interesting :

Race gallus of eastern part of country has whitish ear spot. More inclined to fly when disturbed than other pheasants. Frequently perches in trees.

Habitat :

evergreen and deciduous forests, secondary growth and scrub from plains up to 1800 m. Common resident, though much reduced due to hunting.

Behavior :

gives the familiar cock-a-doodle-do of the domestic fowl, but slightly higher-pitched and ending more abruptly. Also typical chicken-like clucking notes.

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