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  • Alice InTheGarden

    Mountain Quail (Oreortyx pictus) is a small ground-dwelling bird in New World quail family. It inhabits mountainous chapparal west of the Rocky Mountains, from the United States to Baja peninsula Mexico. It has been introduced to British Columbia in Canada, and some areas of Washington state in the USA. It can be found up to 3000 m above sea level. It is a non-migratory species; however some populations may be altitudinal migrants in some mountain ranges.

  • Lee Ann Hightower

    Mountain Quail - the largest Quail in the United States

  • Bead Decor Interiors

    Mountain quail Beautiful bird

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California Quail. Get some quail. They require much less space. Stink less. Can be kept indoors, cannott be free range. Their eggs have more vitamin b and they sell for $9 a dozen

Quail - we have a whole quail family that lives right by us - the mama & papa bird always train their fledglings to fly off our back hedge every year :)

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Quail are one of my favorite bird. Too bad they don't live on the West Coast :-( California Quail, a real Lady

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“to live in this world you must be able to do three things to love what is mortal; to hold it against your bones knowing your own life depends on it; and, when the time comes to let it go, to let it go” ― Mary Oliver

Mom always liked to see quail...sometimes we'd pass them on the road...around the valley or even out at the farm.

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