Edwards pheasants, also known as Vietnam pheasants, are one of the rarest birds in the world.
They are a forest dwelling bird that will use their keen eyesight to look for food on the ground. They use their long claws to scratch at the ground uncovering bugs or seeds under the surface.
Male Edwards’ Pheasants are glossy black with blue tinge and metallic green fringes on the upper wings. They have red facial skin and red legs. The females are duller with uniformly greyish-brown plumage. Like the male they have red facial skin and red legs.