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Jungle Bush Quail

Perdicula asiatica


The Jungle Bush Quail is a species of quail found in Indian Subcontinent, ranging across India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Very different from the female, the male Jungle Bush Quail has a white moustache, heavily barred white underparts, and variegated wings. The female has a uniform, rich chestnut breast and belly. However, both the male and the female have red and white streaks on the head.

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Spotted on Aug 4, 2012
Submitted on Aug 14, 2012

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