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*  List of Galliformes
Eurasian Common Quail) C. c. conturbans Hartert 1917 (Azores quail) C. c. inopinata Hartert 1917 (Cape Verde quail) C. c. ... Douglas's elegant quail) C. d. bensoni Ridgway 1887 (Benson's elegant quail) C. d. vanderbilti (Islas Marías elegant quail) C. ... Bush-Quails) Jungle bush quail, Perdicula asiatica (Latham, 1790) P. a. punjaubi Whistler 1939 (Punjab jungle bush quail) P. a ... Scaled quail/blue quail Callipepla squamata (Vigors 1830) C. s. pallida Brewster 1881 (northern scaled quail) C. s. hargravei ...
*  Koller's sickle
By implanting a fragment of quail Koller's sickle into a chicken blastoderm, Drs. Callebaut and Van Nueten observed the ...
*  Bird trapping
Malta had about 4,700 licensed trappers in 2007 who, by exemption from European protective laws, continue to trap quail, turtle ...
*  Quail
Canary Islands quail, Coturnix gomerae (fossil) Brown quail, Coturnix ypsilophora Blue quail, Coturnix adansonii King quail, ... Genus Callipepla Scaled quail, (commonly called blue quail) Callipepla squamata Elegant quail, Callipepla douglasii California ... Genus Coturnix Common quail (also called Pharaoh, Bible, European or Nile quail), Coturnix coturnix Japanese quail, Coturnix ... New Zealand quail, Coturnix novaezelandiae (extinct) Rain quail, Coturnix coromandelica Harlequin quail, Coturnix delegorguei † ...
*  Aerosport Quail
"The New Aerosport Quail". Sport Aviation. March 1972. "Quail". Pima Air Museum. ... The Aerosport Quail is an ultralight aircraft that was designed for home building by Harris Woods. First offered for sale in ... There are Quails on display at the North Carolina Aviation Museum in Asheboro, North Carolina, and the Pima Air Museum in ... The Quail is an all-metal cantilever high-wing monoplane with an enclosed cabin and tricycle undercarriage. The aircraft uses ...
*  Quail Dobbs
... , IMDB, retrieved 27 January 2010. "Quail Dobbs - Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame". Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. Retrieved 11 ... Quail Dobbs (Born 27 August 1941 in Albany, Texas, died 15 January 2014 in Coahoma, Texas) was a famous rodeo clown and ... "Quail Dobbs". Western Heritage from the Texas Trail of Fame. 2013-06-14. Retrieved 11 May 2017. No Clowning in This Court, ... "Quail Dobbs , Texas Rodeo Hall of Fame". www.texasrodeohalloffame.com. Retrieved 12 April 2017. ...
*  Brown quail
The brown quail (Coturnix ypsilophora), also known as the swamp quail, silver quail and Tasmanian quail, is an Australasian ... "Brown quail (Coturnix ypsilophora)". Arkive. Retrieved 2015-08-02. Seabrook-Davison, M.N.H. (2013). "Brown quail". New Zealand ... The brown quail is a ground-dwelling bird that prefers to hide or run rather than fly. It is found in small groups and feeds on ... The brown quail has a very wide range and is common in much of that range. The International Union for Conservation of Nature ...
*  Quail Mountains
The Quail Mountains are located southwest of Death Valley National Park in eastern California, USA. The range lies to the north ... "Quail Mountains". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-05-04. California Road ...
*  Mountain quail
The mountain quail (Oreortyx pictus) is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. This species is the only ... Mountain quail photo gallery at VIREO (Drexel University) Mountain quail Species Account - Cornell Lab of Ornithology ... This is not appropriate, however, as the mountain quail's ancestors have diverged from other New World quails earlier than the ... Mountain quail primarily move about by walking, and can move surprisingly quickly through brush and undergrowth. In the late ...
*  Domesticated quail
Bobwhite quail Gambel's quail Mearn's quail Mountain quail Scaled quail California (Valley) quail Manipur Bush quail Jungle ... Button quails (also known as King Quail, Chinese-Painted Quail and Blue-Breasted quail) are rarely kept for food production ... Humans domesticated quail for its meat and egg production; additionally, quail can be kept as pets. Domesticated quail are ... The most common domesticated breed is the Coturnix quail (also known as the Japanese quail). Quail live on the ground, and ...
*  Rain quail
The rain quail or black-breasted quail (Coturnix coromandelica) is a species of quail found in the Indian subcontinent, its ... It is quite unmistakably distinct from the call of the common grey quail. The rain quail feeds on seeds of grasses and other ... The female is difficult to separate from female common quail and Japanese quail, although the spots on the breast are more ... The rain quail has a very large range and the population is stable. It is a common species and the International Union for ...
*  Banded quail
The banded quail is an inconspicuous brown bird with a comparatively long tail. It has a dark crest on its head, its throat is ... The banded quail (Philortyx fasciatus) is a species of bird in the family Odontophoridae. It is found only in Mexico where its ... The banded quail is a ground-dwelling bird usually found in groups of about a dozen birds although sometimes larger groups of ... The banded quail is found over a range of about 90,800 square kilometres (35,100 sq mi) and the total number of individual ...
*  Quail-plover
The quail-plover is a small, short-tailed cursorial bird which looks a little like a miniature courser when on the ground. The ... The quail-plover is usually found singly or in pairs in dry grassland and thorn scrub. It is rather skulking preferring to move ... The quail-plover has an extremely large range, its population trend is not known, the population is not understood to be ... The lark buttonquail, lark-plover or quail-plover (Ortyxelos meiffrenii) is a species of buttonquail in the family Turnicidae. ...
*  Montezuma quail
It is also known as Mearns's quail, the harlequin quail (for the male's striking pattern), and the fool quail (for its behavior ... In fall, Montezuma quail do not form large groups, as most American quail do. An average covey consists of eight birds, just ... The Montezuma quail (Cyrtonyx montezumae) is a stubby, secretive New World quail of Mexico and some nearby parts of the United ... On the other hand, the Montezuma quail is sometimes considered conspecific with the very similar ocellated quail, Cyrtonyx ...
*  Scaled quail
The scaled quail (Callipepla squamata), also commonly called blue quail or cottontop, is a species of the New World quail ... seeds in the diet of scaled quail. Scaled quail feed in alfalfa (Medicago spp.) fields. In Arizona, potential scaled quail ... Scaled quail are fairly sedentary. The winter home ranges of scaled quail coveys varied from 24 to 84 acres (9.7 to 34.0 ha). ... In Colorado, Scaled Quail occupy sand sagebrush and/or yucca stands on sandy soils. The cover types used byScaled Quail in ...
*  Himalayan quail
The Himalayan quail (Ophrysia superciliosa) or mountain quail is a medium-sized quail belonging to the pheasant family. It was ... This quail has long tail coverts and the 10 feathered tail is longer, nearly as long as the wing, than in most quails. The ... The Himalayan Quail has not been reliably recorded in the wild after 1876. The locations where they were historically found ... Play media The red bill and legs of this small dark quail and white spots before and after the eye make it distinctive. The ...
*  Quail Lake
... is an artificial lake in Los Angeles County, California. Situated in the San Andreas Rift Zone along the north side ... Centennial, California, a proposed master-planned community northeast of Quail Lake List of lakes in California Department of ... Water Resources (2009). "Station Meta Data: Quail (QUL)". California Data Exchange Center. State of California. Retrieved 2009- ...
*  Quail hunting
When European settlers arrived,[when?] quail hunting began in earnest. Quail live throughout the United States. Quail hunting ... thus increasing quail habitat. Dick Cheney hunting incident Huggler, Tom (1987). Quail Hunting in America: Tactics for Finding ... Quail hunting is a hunting sport. There are 21 subspecies of northern bobwhite, a ground-dwelling bird native to the United ... In the twenty years from the late 1960s through the late 1980s, quail populations, as measured by hunting statistics, showed ...
*  Elegant quail
The elegant quail (Callipepla douglasii) is a species of New World quail endemic to Pacific-slope thorn forest of north-western ... This bird can be distinguished from the otherwise similar scaled quail (C. squamata), California quail (C. californica), and ... The elegant quail has a wide range with an area of occupation estimated at 118,000 km2 (45,560 sq mi). It is a common bird and ... Elegant quails are found only in Mexico, on the Pacific slopes of the mountain ranges in the northwest of the country at ...
*  Blue quail
The blue quail or African blue quail (Excalfactoria adansonii) is a species of bird in the family Phasianidae. The blue quail ... The blue quail is 14-16.5 cm (5.5-6.5 in) long and weighs 43-44 g (1.5-1.6 oz). Its legs are yellow. The colour of the eyes ... The blue quail is monogamous. The nest is a scrape. Eggs are usually laid at the beginning of the rainy season. There are 3 to ... The blue quail is migratory. It often migrates to regions at the start of the rainy season and leaves early in the dry season. ...
*  Quail, Texas
Quail is a rural small town and census-designated place in Collingsworth County, Texas, United States. The population was 19 at ... According to the United States Census Bureau, the Quail CDP has a total area of 3.2 square miles (8.2 km2), all of it land. As ... Quail is located in west-central Collingsworth County at 34°55′8″N 100°23′13″W / 34.91889°N 100.38694°W / 34.91889; - ... Quail is served by the Hedley Independent School District. "American FactFinder". United States Census Bureau. Archived from ...
*  Stubble quail
The brown quail is also a member of the family Phasianidae that looks similar to the stubble quail, however the brown quail ... Other common names include the grey quail and the pectoral quail. The stubble quail is a member of the family Phasianidae. C. ... This makes the brown quail look much darker than the stubble quail in flight. The brown quail's wings produce a whistling noise ... Stubble quail are found in a diverse range of habitats from very dry parts of Australia to alpine grasslands. Stubble quail are ...
*  HMS Quail
... (1856) was an Albacore-class wood screw gunboat launched in 1856 and broken up in 1861. HMS Quail (1895) was a Quail- ... Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Quail after the quail. HMS Quail (1806) was a 4-gun schooner launched in 1806 ... HMS Quail (G45) was a Q-class destroyer launched in 1942. She struck a mine on 15 November 1943 and sank while under tow on 18 ... HMS Quail (1817) was a cutter tender launched in 1817. There were plans to renamed her HMS Providence in 1822, but this never ...
*  Quail, Virginia
Quail is an unincorporated community in Louisa County, Virginia, United States. U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names ...
*  Quail eggs
Pickled and smoked quail eggs at Noma restaurant in Copenhagen Raw quail egg yolk served over chunks of maguro (raw bluefin ... while skewered quail eggs sold as satay to accompany main dishes, such as soto and bubur ayam. In Vietnam, bags of boiled quail ... Quail eggs are considered a delicacy in many parts of the world, including Asia, Europe, and North America. In Japanese cuisine ... In some Parts of Western Africa (Nigeria), the Easterners (igbos) call the quail egg "Ogazi Egg" and it is a common delicacy in ...