The red-legged partridge is slightly larger than a grey partridge. They have greyish coloured bodies, chestnut colours on the side of their tails and black stripes on the flank. Throat patches and chins are white, with a contrasting black stripe that borders it.
Red-Legged Partridges are an introduced species here in the UK - from continental Europe - most of these birds can be find in France and Spain, where there are substantial populations.
Their diets consist of roots and seeds.
A large pheasant that can be found in parts of central and eastern China. It has also been introduced to parts of Europe and can be seen in France, the Czech Republic and less commonly in the UK.
The pheasant, otherwise known as the Common Pheasant or Ring Necked Pheasant, is a prolific gamebird found throughout the UK and western Europe, with many birds raised in captivity.