He’s a good looking bird… and California’s state bird at that. Quail are found throughout the Puente-Chino Hills Wildlife Corridor. Their call sounds like the word: “Chicago.” Have you seen or heard them before?
The state bird of California is the quail. It has a distinctive plume and lives in groups known as coveys. They hunt by foraging seeds and leaves on the ground. They also nest on the ground in shallow depressions lined … Read More
Dads are the best, right? Sometimes they stand guard from a high perch to watch over the little ones. This California Quail was photographed last weekend and we were busy celebrating, so we are a smidge late for a Happy … Read More