Bobwhite Quail are the most wide ranging of quail species. Found primarily in Midwest, Southern and Eastern and Southwest US. Also. in small pockets in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and the foothills of the Rockies and Southern Arizona. Prefers abandoned farms and fields, brushy cover and edges of woodlands and fence rows. Spend the majority of their lives in groups called coveys. Reddish brown coloration with short gray tail. Male has white throat and white band above eye extending down the neck. Female is similar, but duller in color. Her markings are more buff colored. No plume on either sex. There are reports of scaled quail cross breeding with bobwhite quail in Texas and other areas.
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