Pheasants with white head.

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Based on pheasant populations in the area, I believe he either saw a Reeves Pheasant, or, more likely, a Reeves x Common Pheasant.

There is a disproportionate amount of males to females in the Reeves population so it is likely he saw a lot of male Reeves.
 

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Unless they were crossbred I don't know without a pic. Here's a few pics of what they may have been.
Pic 1 and 2 Reeves pheasant
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Pic 3 Elliots pheasant not really a white head
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Pic 4 Cheer pheasant not really a white head
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Pic 5 Lady Amherst, doesn't have a white head but has a white Cape.
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Most likely it was a Reeves pheasant.
 
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