My friend found a couple chicks by the side of the road in a park here in Colorado Springs. She assumed they were chickens and took them home. One died overnight. She brought the other one to me today. (pictures below) The chick is healthy and vigorous and noisy. Another friend (who has experience with both chickens and pheasants) said that she's willing to bet it's actually an orphaned/abandoned wild pheasant chick, not a chicken. That would make sense based on where it was found, but I have no experience with pheasants. Can you tell me, what are the chances that this little bird is not a chicken? Does it look like any kind of pheasant you recognize? Thanks very much!