What is a flock of Pheasants called?

Answer :

nye, bevy, bouquet, covey

A flock or group of Pheasants is termed as nye, bevy, bouquet, covey.

Different collective nouns can apply to all bird species, such as flock, colony, fleet, parcel, and dissimulation. However, when a flock or group of birds consists of just one type of bird or closely related species of birds, certain specialized terms are often used to describe the group of birds.

So, nye, bevy, bouquet, covey is /are used to describe a group of  Pheasants.

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