Hello, I am Li-Li

Li Li, a female Red Chinese Golden Pheasant, was rescued from the Ontario Humane Society in 2014.  We do not know how old she is, but we do know that she was quite happy to come live with our flock of Chinese Golden Pheasants.  She gets along quite well with Su-Ling, although she pretends not to be impressed when he dances for her.

Chinese Golden Pheasants were originally native to the base of mountains in China, near forests. Due to domestication, wild populations of Chinese Golden Pheasants can now be found all over the World. They are capable of flight, but they prefer running and staying on the ground. Their diet in the wild consists of grains, leaves, and invertebrates. At night they sleep on tree branches.

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