A golden pheasant - which usually prefers to hide from sight in dense woodland - is a regular visitor to a Bradley garden
19:59, 21 OCT 2017
A rarely seen multi-coloured bird has been visiting the garden of a Bradley couple.
The male golden pheasant – resplendent in its yellow and orange-red plumage – has been spotted on consecutive days by Anne and Steve Bushell, who live at Bradley Road.
Mr Bushell, 66, a retired mental health officer, said the inquisitive gamebird made its first visit about 4.30pm yesterday (THURS) and turned up again about 10.15 this morning (FRI).
Mr Bushell took video of the bird as it strutted around the back garden and came up to the sun lounge window.