Date of this Version
Baxter, W. L., and Wolfe, C. W. 1973. The ring-necked pheasant in Nebraska. Lincoln: Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
Ringneck—Its Past and Prospects: A most successful exotic, pheasant numbers are declining
Nuptial Rites and Nesting: Spring recoups winter’s losses
Summer Broods: While cocks undergo their annual moult, hens enter the brooding period; for eight weeks, hens attend chicks
Hunting the Ring-necked Pheasant
Season of Testing: Nebraska’s winters test a pheasant’s mettle, but given good cover and an adequate food supply, the ringneck is almost impervious to the elements
Methods of Management