Dailypetphotography: Ramses and Cleopatra

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Hi, my dear friends!

Today all my attention was focused on our pheasants Ramses and Creopatra. More precisely - in their aviary 😉

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Oh yeah! I would love to watch a movie or just goof off, but preparing for winter is a very important stage. The better I do it now, the less problems I will have.

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Ramses and Cleopatra are among the oldest inhabitants of my court. They don't even have chicks anymore, just enjoying their retirement.

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I named the male Ramses because the plumage on his head resembles the headdress worn by the Egyptian pharaohs. The female accordingly became Cleopatra.

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You can see that the plumage of the male and female is very different. I will repeat once again that this is a sure sign that the female is mainly taking care of the offspring.

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I sure do love the colors on your male bird.

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I don't know its species, but the colourful bird looks very nice.

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I have never seen a male pheasant with such colorful plumage! You have a handsome couple happlily paired for life!

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