Tragopans for Sale

Tragopans are pheasants that live in the mountains of the Middle East and China, including Pakistan, Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Nepal, India, and Myanmar. They are classified as one species in the Phasianidae family (horned birds) and is known as the “horny pheasants” because of the bright red horns that show atop its head during mating rituals. Although there are five species within the Tragopan family, they all look pretty similar and can be told apart by their subtle differences. They usually have reddish copper heads with some blue on its face, and darker maroon brown bodies with white spots. Males usually have a “bib”, a noticeably different chest. They are medium-sized birds, that aren't much of flyers and nest in trees, unlike other pheasants.

WATERFOWL, PHEASANTS & MOUNTAIN QUAIL

  • Name: LONNIE BOUGIE
  • Posted: 09/27/2022
  • Phone: 920-265-9912
  • Location: Wisconsin
  • Website: www.facebook.com/northwinggamefarm

22' HATCH PAIRS OF THE FOLLOWING -Hume's Bartailed Pheasants -Lady Amherst Pheasants -Temmink's Tragopan Pheasants -Mountain Quail -Mandarins -Wood Ducks -Red Breasted Geese (Vaccinated for WN Virus) Call only NO TEXTING!

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Pheasants

  • Price: $1.00
  • Name: Terry
  • Posted: 09/01/2022
  • Phone: 9138792587
  • Location: Kansas

HOAGBA EXOTIC BIRD, ANIMAL, & EQUIPMENT AUCTION 8:00 A. M., Saturday, September 10, 2022 Johnson County Fairgrounds, Gardner, Kansas The fairgrounds are located at 136 E. Washington Street in downtown Gardner. Take Exit 210 off I-35. Go...

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Waterfowl and other birds available

  • Name: Pinola Conservancy
  • Posted: 08/02/2022
  • Phone: 318-798-2000
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Louisiana
  • Website: www.pinola.net

Pinola Conservancy has the following 2022 surplus available. Please call or email for pricing. * denotes recently imported stock White-faced Whistling Duck (progeny from direct West African imported adults) Black-bellied Whistling Duck West Ind...

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Pheasants

  • Name: Ed Benhardt
  • Posted: 04/22/2022
  • Phone: 509-990-1286
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington
  • Website: NA

We have the following 2021 hatch unrelated pheasants available:Temminicks Tragopans, $300/ pair;  trios available @ $500; extra males, $150 each.Boxes and shipping are additional.Text or email preferred.April 26 is last day for shipping until fa...

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Temminicks Tragopans

  • Price: $400.00
  • Name: Daniel
  • Posted: 03/16/2022
  • Phone: 3059623989
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Hi I have unrelated. Pair of Temminicks Tragopans pheasant for sale . 400$ ready to the breading season 3059623989 call me o text me I do shipping .. thanks Male is getting his colors in 6 month it will be like the first pics . Thanks

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pheasants for sale

  • Name: jeff
  • Posted: 01/25/2022
  • Phone: 509 710 6068
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington

2021 hatch Cheers pairs 2 extra hens 2 Edward Males Amherst Male Temminick Tragopan Male out of imported lines Breeder age Edwards Male, Lady Amherst male Shipped from Wa. State WANTED, Breeder age Impeyan Male, Malayan Crested Fireback Male, any a...

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Satyr tragopan

  • Name: Kevin Hendricks
  • Posted: 01/09/2022
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: North Carolina

Adult and young satyr tragopan males

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Pheasants

  • Name: Ed Benhardt
  • Posted: 01/03/2022
  • Phone: 5099901286
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington

We have the following 2021 hatch unrelated pairs available: Temminicks Tragopan: $300/pair, extra males,$150ea.;extra hens,$200ea Impeyans,$400/pair. Brown eared,$200/pair, hens,$100ea. Amherst, $90/pair, males, $40 each. Boxes and shipping charges a...

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Tragopan Facts

Tragopan pheasants are the most colorful of all pheasants. The Temminck's Tragopan is thought of as the most beautiful among the family and is also an excellent breeder in captivity. Since being imported to the United States, it's become the best-bred bird of all Tragopans in the Western world. People now believe over half the population is in the United States. They will also cross-breed with Satyr and Cabot's species.

Breeding Tragopans

Very much depending on species, reproduction details can vary. It's been difficult to capture the mating “dance” on film, so most available photos are of the bird in a more normal circumstance. After a male has wooed a female by displaying its horns and chest, the female will lay 3-4 eggs and incubate them for 28-29 days in their nest. A great deal of time is spent on their nest. Generally speaking, most Tragopans are shy birds that live in solidarity or with only one or few other birds. The mating season is typically April through June.

 

Like other pheasants, Tragopan are hunted. Three of the five Tragopan pheasant species are on the IUCN's (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) endangered species list, including Cabot's, Blythe's, and The Western. Another, Satyr Tragopan, has been added to the list by CITES (Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species). Efforts are being made by India and Pakistan to revive the Western Tragopan population, but no plans involving breeding have been implemented as of late. The existing population of the Satyr Tragopan is listed under the 1st class national protection status list. Because the Tragopan have been heavily bred in the United States, there is a variety available for purchase and viewing at zoos and wildlife parks. The San Diego Zoo is one place that has kept them in captivity. Most of the current population in the U.S. Has derived from Tragopan that was brought to the U.S. In the 1950s. They appreciate large aviaries with plenty of shrubs and trees for nesting.

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