Hello folks, can anyone help me id this feather, I found it up at Lordenshaws in Northumberland, was surrounded by skylarks and curlews, I know it's neither of those, someone said to me that it's probably pheasant but on featherbase.info they look more striped, this is more random....it's about 6 inches from tip to tip - can anyone say for definite? Thank you!
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