Reeves's Pheasant is named after British naturalist John Reeves who introduced the bird to Europe in the 1800s. It comes from China. It has a bandit mask and gold and white "scales."
The tail is long, white barred with black and edged with orange-brown.
A male Reeves's Pheasant (not the ones above) is recorded to have had the longest tail feathers of any living pheasant, even longer than a Peacock or the Argus Pheasants.
As usual with pheasants, the hen is better camouflaged since she has to incubate eggs and raise the chicks. She also has pink above the eye and a half headband.
White tail with black bars, edged with orange-brown.