pheasantry


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pheasantry

(ˈfɛzəntrɪ)
n, pl -tries
(Zoology) a place where pheasants are bred or are kept together
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The Pheasantry a farmhouse located in the leafy Bramshill Park, Hampshire is the crown jewel in the Saifullah estate in the UK.
There is also an abundance of deer and wildlife on the estate," according to Anastasia Bernhardt who wrote a "Property of the Month" piece about The Pheasantry when the newly-refurbished farmhouse was put on the market five years ago.
animals enclosures and cages, pheasantry and others.
The mini zoo would comprise office buildings, servant quarters, parking space, cages for birds including Bird Aviary, a bigger cage that allows birds to have enough space to fly, animals enclosures and cages, pheasantry and others.
Kotal Pheasantry is established in Kotal wildlife park in district Kohat over an area of 1 kanal, with an objective to propagate and provide breeding environment to exotic/ indigenous wildlife species like silver pheasant, golden pheasant, reeves pheasant, pea-cock etc.
Biometric characteristics of a game pheasant population from the Ghimpati pheasantry, Giurgiu.
They also visited the wildlife park and pheasantry.
The Singers' Cabaret Workshop will take place at The Poor School (242 Pentonville Rd, London N1 9JY) and the industry showcase will take place on Friday 30 August at historic cabaret venue The Pheasantry (152 Kings Road, London, SW3 4UT).
On the other hand the number of adults and chicks of Kalij pheasant were grown in the Dhodial Pheasantry from 2000, to prevent the population of the Kalij pheasant.
FROM PAGE 13: The incriminating statement from Miss Joan Parsons:Mr Aneurin Bevan and his wife Jennie Lee have been members of the Pheasantry Club for at least four years.