|Blue eared pheasant|
The blue eared pheasant (Crossoptilon auritum) is a large, up to 96 cm (38 in) long, dark blue-gray pheasant with velvet black crown, red facial feathers appearing as bare skin, yellow iris, long white ear coverts behind the eyes, and crimson legs. Its tail of 24 elongated bluish-gray feathers is curved, loose, and dark-tipped. Both sexes are similar with the male being slightly larger.
The blue eared pheasant is found throughout mountain forests of central China. Its diet consists mainly of berries and vegetable matter.