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California Quail approximately

California Quail approximately

quail, any of|any one of roughly|approximately|about 130

{species|types|varieties} of {small|little|tiny} short-tailed game birds {classified|categorized|identified} in the families Phasianidae {and|as well as|and also} Odontophoridae (order Galliformes), {resembling|looking like|appearing like} partridges {but|however|yet} {generally|typically|normally|usually} {smaller|smaller sized} {and|as well as|and also} {less|much less} {robust|durable}.

The 95 {species|types|varieties} of Old {World|Globe} quail are {classified|categorized|identified} in Phasianidae in either of {two|2} subfamilies, Phasianinae or Perdicinae. New {World|Globe} quail– {at least|a minimum of|at the very least} 32 {species|types|varieties} whose {members|participants} {more|much more|a lot more|extra} {nearly|almost|virtually} {resemble|look like|appear like} {Old World|Vintage} partridges– {constitute|make up|comprise} the {family|household|family members} Odontophoridae.

Quail {prefer|choose|like|favor} open country {and|as well as|and also} brushy {borders|boundaries}. In {spring|springtime} the {hen|chicken} lays {about|regarding|concerning} 12 roundish eggs, which the {male|man} {may|might} {help|assist|aid} {incubate|breed|nurture}. The young {remain|stay|continue to be} with their {parents|moms and dads} the {first|very first|initial} {summer|summertime|summer season}. birds facts

Quail eat|consume mainly|primarily|generally|mostly

seeds {and|as well as|and also} berries {but|however|yet} {also|likewise|additionally} take {leaves|fallen leaves}, {roots|origins}, {and|as well as|and also} some {insects|bugs|pests}. Their flesh is {considered|thought about|taken into consideration} {a delicacy|a special}, as are their eggs.New {World|Globe} quail have {stronger|more powerful} {bills|expenses|costs} than do the {Old World|Vintage} {forms|types|kinds}, {and|as well as|and also} none has leg {spurs|stimulates}. The bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) of {North America|The United States and Canada} exists in {about|around} 20 races from {southern|southerly} Canada to Guatemala.

Its name is suggestive of its {call|phone call|telephone call}. {Other than|Besides|Aside from|Apart from} the bobwhite, North American quail {include|consist of} {two|2} {important|essential|crucial|vital} game birds {introduced|presented} {widely|commonly|extensively} {elsewhere|somewhere else|in other places}: the California, or valley, quail (Callipepla californica) {and|as well as|and also} Gambel’s, or desert, quail (Lophortyx gambelii). Both {species|types|varieties} have a head plume ({larger|bigger} in {males|men}) {curling|crinkling}

forward|ahead|onward.Ranging|Varyin farther|further east|eastern in

{North America|The United States and Canada} is the scaled, or blue, quail (Callipepla squamata). Grayish, with {scaly|flaky} markings {and|as well as|and also} a white-tipped crest, it is the fastest quail afoot, with running {speeds|rates} {measured|determined|gauged} at 24 {km|kilometres} (15 miles) per {hour|hr}. The {mountain|hill}, or plumed, quail (Oreortyx pictus), {gray|grey} {and|as well as|and also} {reddish|red} with {a long|a lengthy} straight plume, is {perhaps|possibly|maybe|probably} the {largest|biggest} New {World|Globe} quail, {weighing|evaluating|considering} as {much as|long as|high as} 0.5 kg ({about|regarding|concerning} 1 {pound|extra pound}). T

he singing|vocal singing, or long-clawed, quail

(Dactylortyx thoracicus), of Central America, has {a musical|a music} {call|phone call|telephone call}. The tree quail, or long-tailed partridge (Dendrortyx macroura), of Mexico, is a 33-cm (13-inch) bird of {almost|practically|nearly|virtually} grouselike {proportions|percentages}. {Wood|Timber} quail– {large|big|huge} birds of the {genus|category} Odontophorus– are the only phasianids {widely|commonly|extensively} {distributed|dispersed} in South America; they are {forest|woodland} {dwellers|residents|occupants}.

{Old World|Vintage} quail are {smallish|small} {plain|ordinary|simple} birds, {shorter|much shorter} {and|as well as|and also} stockier than their New {World|Globe} {counterparts|equivalents}. The {bill|expense|costs} {edge|side} is smooth, {and|as well as|and also} the legs, in {many|numerous|lots of|several}, are {spurred|stimulated}. Best {known|understood|recognized} is Coturnix coturnix, the {common|typical|usual} quail of Europe, Asia, {and|as well as|and also} Africa;

it is the only migratory galliform bird

{Small|Little|Tiny} quail {sometimes|in some cases|often|occasionally} {classified|categorized|identified} as Excalfactoria, {rather than|instead of|as opposed to} Coturnix, {include|consist of} {the blue|heaven} quail (C. adamsoni), {only|just} 13 {cm|centimeters} (5 inches) long, of eastern Africa. India has dwarf partridges, {usually|typically|normally|generally} called bush quail, of the {genus|category} Perdicula.

partridge, {any of|any one of} {many|numerous|lots of|several} {small|little|tiny} game birds {native to|belonging to} the {Old World|Vintage} {and|as well as|and also} {belonging to|coming from} the {family|household|family members} Phasianidae (order Galliformes). They are larger than quails, with {stronger|more powerful} {bills|expenses|costs} {and|as well as|and also} feet. (For New {World|Globe} birds {erroneously|mistakenly|incorrectly|wrongly} called partridges, see {grouse|complaint|grouch|grumble}; quail. For dwarf partridges of India called bush quail {and|as well as|and also} for the Mexican bird called long-tailed partridge, see quail.).

The {typical|common|normal|regular} partridge of Europe

is the {gray|grey} partridge (Perdix perdix), called Hungarian (or hun) partridge in {North America|The United States and Canada}, where it was {introduced|presented} in 1889 (Virginia) {and|as well as|and also} {again|once again|once more}, {much more|a lot more|far more} {successfully|effectively|efficiently}, in 1908– 09 (Alberta). It {ranges|varies} throughout the British Isles {and|as well as|and also} {across|throughout} Europe to the Caspian {region|area}.

The {gray|grey} partridge has {a reddish|a red} face {and|as well as|and also} tail, {gray|grey} {breast|bust}, {barred|disallowed|prevented} sides, {and|as well as|and also} a dark U {shape|form} on the {belly|tummy|stomach|stubborn belly}; sexes look alike. The {hen|chicken} lays {about|regarding|concerning} 15 eggs in {a grassy|a verdant} {cup|mug} in grainfields or {hedges|bushes}. {A large|A big|A huge} {male|man} is 30 {cm|centimeters} (12 inches) long {and|as well as|and also} {may|might} {weigh|evaluate|consider} 0.33 kg (0.75 {pound|extra pound}).

Gray partridges {prefer|choose|like|favor} farmlands, where {family|household|family members} {groups|teams} (coveys) forage for seeds {and|as well as|and also} {insects|bugs|pests}.

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