In this instance, I suppose "catwalk" isn't the best terminology for a Ring Necked Pheasant walking back & forth along a log. Perhaps "birdwalk" would be better??
Believe it or not, this male pheasant flew in and landed on a downed tree trunk while I was watching a porcupine. I was amazed that having struggled to stand up having sat for so long & reset the camera settings, that the pheasant continued its birdwalk, without interruption, along the fallen tree. Just like a model, it strutted from one end of the tree to the other and then repeated the manoeuvre.
It paused twice to perform the "crow" announcing to all of its presence (Photo #5 & Photo #6).
I have a particular preference for Photo #3 , which I believe is an unusual frontal view of a male Ring Necked Pheasant. Unfortunately, because of its head feathers sticking out from each side of the head & the demarcation of its head colouring, I have a desire to break out into a chorus of "M-I-C-K-E-Y MOUSE"! :)