Grey Peacock-Pheasant – Polyplectron bicalcaratum
The male is recognizable by its gray-brown plumage finely mottled with dark gray, white and buff. In addition, it has beautiful blue-green metallic eyespots on the wings and the mantle. Each tail feather is marked by two large eyespots tinted purple metallic green. Cheeks and throat are white, gray erectile crest crown the top of the head.
Females are smaller and duller than males.
During the breeding season, you can hear its broadcasts at any time of the day, while the rest of the year, but favors dawn and dusk for its vocals. It frequents dense forests consist of evergreen trees, thick undergrowth, the thick bushes or clumps of bamboo. It is found in the forests formed by small trees that have colonized old rice terraces or old abandoned crops, sometimes in the virgin forests with ravines