Fairly common endemic bird found in forests
and dense scrubs from low lands to higher hills. Junglefowl keeps in pairs or
small groups mainly inhabiting on ground and flying up to a tree when threatened. It roosts high in trees during night solitarily or in small groups. It’s food mainly
consist of grain, berries, leaves and
buds as well as small insects such as grasshoppers, termites etc. Junglefowl 's main
breeding season is from December to April and probably again from August to
September. The nest is a scrape in ground beneath a tree, beside a dead log or
on a pile of vegetation.