IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)

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Reportedly shy and wary animals (9), Satyr tragopans remain poorly understood (5). The breeding season extends from April to June, when calling can be heard at dawn (6) and males perform elaborate courtship displays to attract females (2). Three to five eggs are laid per clutch, and then incubated for approximately 28 days (2). Diet comprises seeds, fresh leaves, moss, bamboo shoots, berries and insects (2) (5).


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