Gambel's Quail male

Gambel's Quail male
Uploaded by Allen Woodliffe on 05 Feb 2013 in Chatham

The male Gambel's Quail is distinguished from its less colourful mate by the chestnut crown and the black face. Both male and female have the feather tuft protruding from the top of the head.

Tagged: 'gambel's quail' 'bird' 'sonoran desert' ' arizona'


Allen Woodliffe posted 2013-02-19 1:32pm

Thank-you Isabella and Monica....glad you enjoyed this bird pic!

Monica: I highly recommend a visit to the Sonoran deserts of Arizona, among many other places :-)

Monica Evenden posted 2013-02-19 11:01am

What a beautiful bird! Amazing capture! Geez, I need to got out west!

Isabelle M posted 2013-02-19 7:53am

wonderful image of a beautiful bird...great capture and info Allen~

Allen Woodliffe posted 2013-02-18 6:32pm

Thanks so much Kent, RR, Christine, Pat and's great to read your comments!

Michel Gagnon posted 2013-02-15 8:52pm

Wow! I can't understand that! Duplicates of the same comments from the same person!!..great photo Allen ! Thanks for it...enjoy the day...


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