Among the challenges of preserving species is to find diverse bloodlines in order to breed healthy, strong and genetically sound offspring. Green-naped pheasant pigeons are not only rare in captivity, but the few individuals in the U.S. tend to come from a small bloodline pool.
Pandemonium Aviaries was fortunate enough to acquire 7 Green-naped pheasant pigeons who were captive bred in Singapore. Unfortunately, one male died while in quarantine, but the remaining birds seem healthy. We believe that these birds are the first imported stock in more than two decades and are a welcome addition to our breeding stock.