The Siamese fireback pheasant (Lophura diary), also known as Diard's fireback, is the national bird of Thailand. The male has the golden yellow back that gave him his name with added shades of dark red and blue that shimmer in the sunlight. It is southeast Asian endemic and can be found in the lowland forests of Cambodia, Laos, Eastern Thailand and north to Vietnam. where it eats many invertebrates, fruits and berries. It has bright red wattles and legs, a beautifully curved tail and crest and delicately marked grey feathered body. The hen is also a well marked bird with strong barring on her wings and tail.