My male silver has been wing whirring for the last couple weeks and chasing the hens like crazy. I was out doing chores this morning when I found a scrape in the ground with 2 eggs in it, they are different sizes and patterns so I am thinking each of the hens layed an egg. Pheasants are interesting, I have the pen set up with brush, nest boxes, huts, all sorts of places for them to lay their eggs but instead they just lay them in the open up by the front of the pen. Now the other pheasants need to start laying. The amherst cock has been displaying and singing to the hens and the ringneck cock has been mating with his hen like crazy. Maybe spring is finally here, even though we are still getting snow. Just had to share, if possible I will try to post a pic of the eggs. I plan to collect the first batch of eggs, then as it warms up some I will let the hens set.