Aviary breeding game birds pheasants and partridges – Lipinki, Lubuskie Voivodeship, Poland
The aviary breeding game birds’ pheasants and partridges was founded in the small town of Lipinki in Lubuskie Voivodeship, Poland. Lubuskie province is proudly called “The green area of Poland” - very picturesque, thick wooded areas, with many rivers and lakes. It is also one out of five Polish regions of the lowest environment pollution. » About us
Pheasants and partridges are available for sale during the season - when birds reach appropriate age. We invite you to familiarize yourself with our offer. » Offer
Pheasant warrantable (Phasianus colchicus)
– a species of medium-sized bird of the family Phasianidae (Phasianidae). This is one of the largest digging wild birds in Europe (after the Capercaillie). Like other pheasants, it has a characteristically powerful legs (longer than partridge), which allow for quick and persistent move along the ground. The bow has a specific shape - quite powerful on the outside slightly convex, and the end of the upper jaw overlaps slightly lower.
Pheasant inhabits open areas with numerous midfield bushes, edges of fields, rushes, luminous forest, field groves, cultivated fields with curves boundary strips and fallow land and riverine thickets near water - ponds, marshes and rivers.
Our pheasants and partridges:
Partridge (Perdix perdix)
– a species of bird in the family Phasianidae (Phasianidae). Inhabits almost all of Europe and Central Asia. Poorly marked sexual dimorphism. Head and neck are olive-gray and the cheeks are red. The top of the body is gray-brown. On the shoulders and wings small oblong white spots. Bottom and sides of the body with a delicate gray, wavy drawing, on the sides vertical, broad rust-colored stripes. On a white belly rust stain in the shape of a horseshoe. Rusty brown wheelhouse, but the middle pair of gray-brown. Ailerons fawn with dark red stains. For the naked eye, the skin covered with warts, especially conspicuous in the mating season.
Partridge inhabits the field of shelterbelts or curves boundary strips.