Northern Bobwhites Colinus virginianus are probably the most well-known species of quail in Texas. Their distinct call , which announces their name and attraction by hunters and photographers alike, make the Northern Bobwhite a sought after upland gamebird species. However, in Texas , bobwhites can be found statewide, with minor populations occurring in the Trans-Pecos eco-region. Lack of adequate rainfall is thought to limit the quail movement further west. The bobwhite has been found in all 10 eco-regions of Texas but their actual populations in each area fluctuate based on a number of factors, including climatic and habitat conditions. Bobwhite prefer habitat that includes bare ground, herbaceous cover, and woody cover.
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Northern Bobwhite Quail Chicks
This ground-dwelling bird is overall streaked or mottled reddish-brown and white, with a gray tail. Males have a distinctive dark brown cap and face with a white eyestripe and throat. Females are similar, except the white is replaced by buffy, yellowish brown, and the cap and face are not so dark. Northern bobwhite are still fairly common in grasslands, shrubby pastures, hedgerows and woodland edges.
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The bobwhite quail Colinus virginianus was designated the official state game bird of Tennessee in the state bird is the mockingbird, adopted in All State Birds. Also known as a partridge, the bobwhite quail is a small, chunky brown bird with a short tail.
The northern bobwhite , Virginia quail or in its home range bobwhite quail Colinus virginianus is a ground-dwelling bird native to Canada, the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. It is a member of the group of species known as New World quails Odontophoridae. They were initially placed with the Old World quails in the pheasant family Phasianidae , but are not particularly closely related. The name " bobwhite " derives from its characteristic whistling call.