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Chukar
This medium sized bird is grey-brown above and lighter beneath. Its flanks are striped. It has black bands from eye to breast and a red beak and legs. Their diet is grass, seeds and berries. Chukars are commonly seen in pasture and shrubland above 1000 ft. Often seen walking along the Haleakala National Park road. Chukars were introduced from Asia and Eastern Europe in 1923.

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Ring-Necked Pheasant
The males have a green head, red wattles, white neck ring, and their bodies are mostly brown with patches of speckles and other coloration. The females are brown with pale breast and shorter tail. Their diet is seeds and berries. They live in pastures and open shrubland on Haleakala. Pheasants were introduced to Hawaii from Asia in 1865. They react noisily, by squawking loudly, when disturbed.





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