Bobwhite quail are a well known gamebird. Many color variations have come about over the years. The colors I have are snowflake, silver and fawn. Although they come in different colors, the male still has the traditional bobwhite call. They are a hardy bird and are easy to keep. Incubation is 22-23 days.
California Valley Quail
A small plump ground dwelling bird. The state bird of California.
Has commonly known plume of feathers on top of head. Striking bird that's hardy and quite adaptable.
Blue Scale Quail
A bluish gray ground dwelling bird often called blue quail or cottontop.
Found in arid regions of Southwestern US to central Mexico.
The sex can be hard to determine on these quail so I included the 3rd picture as a reference. Males have a creamy yellow chin whereas the female is light gray with faint black lines.
A large, ground dwelling bird in the pheasant family Phasianidae. Females are slightly smaller than male and usually has one set of spurs whereas the male has two sets of spurs. Like to dig and lives in grassy/woodland setting. Native to Ethiopia and Sudan; introduced to the Hawaiian Islands back in 1957 where they adapted quite well. Can be seen roaming wild throughout the islands.