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They are often very colorful, especially the males who must seduce the females. Among the prettiest species are Swinhoe's Pheasant (purple with mauve and green wings), Lady Amherst's Pheasant (green head, white neck and tail streaked with black), Noble Pheasant (light blue head and tail yellow) and the Golden Pheasant (red body and yellow head streaked with black). Pheasants are native to Asia. They make their nest on the ground, lay 12 eggs and incubate for 23 to 25 days. They eat seeds, grass, fruits, larvae, worms, insects or lizards. They are bred as ornamental birds or for hunting.