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Partridge

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Red Legged Partridge Electoris Rufa

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Gray Partridge - Whatbird.com

Gray Partridge: Gray-brown ground bird with rufous face and throat. Body complexly barred and streaked with red and white. Dark red belly patch. Legs and feet are yellow-orange. Prefers to walk rather than fly. Introduced to North America as a game bird in the early 1900s. AKA Hungarian Partridge.

Red Legged Partridge - Larger than the grey partridge, it has a large white chin and throat patch, bordered with black. It has a greyish body with bold black flank stripes. Read more

Larger than the grey partridge, it has a large white chin and throat patch, bordered with black. It has a greyish body with bold black flank stripes. Read more

Plumed Partridge and Thick-legged Partridge

Of this beautiful bird little, I believe, is known. The following notice by Mr. TOWNSEND shews that it is entitled to a place in our Fauna. "This bird inhabits the dense woods along the tributary streams of the Columbia river, and is said to extend south into California. It is at all times a very scarce species, going in coveys of from six to ten, and is rarely seen away from

Plumed Partridge and Thick-legged Partridge | John James Audubon's Birds of America

Of this beautiful bird little, I believe, is known. The following notice by Mr. TOWNSEND shews that it is entitled to a place in our Fauna. "This bird inhabits the dense woods along the tributary streams of the Columbia river, and is said to extend south into California. It is at all times a very scarce species, going in coveys of from six to ten, and is rarely seen away from

Perdiz griega (Alectoris graeca)

Perdiz griega o Alectoris graeca. Se caracteriza por su franja negra en la frente y en la garganta. Procede de Europa Meridional.

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The Gray Partridge is a portly game bird with a rusty face, tail, streaks down the sides, and a dark belly patch. It walks through agricultural fields and grasslands feasting on seeds. Small groups called coveys forage together year-round and explode into a scratchy, squawking flight when disturbed even at a considerable distance. Often called “Hungarian partridge” or just “Huns” by hunters, these birds were introduced to North America from Europe in the early 1900s.