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- This desert southwest bird is recognized by its tubby build and distinctive comma-shaped tuft of feathers atop its head.
- Rarely seen in flight, Gambel’s quail scurry about in groups called coveys, as they search the brush for food.
- Populations remain stable today, influenced more by temperature and rainfall, rather than predation and hunting.
- Coveys may contain 100 birds walking slowly as they feed, or when disturbed, running wildly together from cover to cover.