The Reeves Pheasant is also known as the Venery Pheasant. Originally native to the forests of the mountainous regions of south-central China, it was named after naturalist John Reeves who introduced it to Europe in the early 19th century. There continue to be breeding populations in appropriate habitat in Central Europe, France, and Great Britain. The Reeves Pheasant is known for producing the longest tail feathers in the world. The current record is 7 ' 9 " (2.4 m).
These gorgeous feathers have a silver gray base with strong black bars and rust brown tones throughout. Popular for headdresses, masks, costumes, fall theme table arrangements, and as dramatic hat feathers. Similar to the Lady Amherst sides but with richer brown coloration throughout.
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