Birds of India and Pune Jungle Bush Quail

The jungle bush quail, or Perdicula asiatica is a species of quail found in Indian Subcontinent, ranging across India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. In India it has been photographed in Jamwaramgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaipur District, Rajasthan, Masinagudi, The Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu, Chitadurga, Karnataka, Amravati, Nagpur,  Kolkata and many other cities of India.  As per Conservation status is Least Concern (IUCN 3.1). The males and females are quite different, the male has white mustache, heavily barred white underparts, and variegated wings. The female has a uniform, rich chestnut breast and belly. The jungle bush quail is largely sedentary, although the birds in Nepal are thought to migrate in winter.  Usually they can be spotted while the group is crossing from one bush to the other.
Jungle Bush Quail in Marathi is called as जंगल झडपो लावा, लावरी, जंगली दुर्लाव, रानलावा, लाव हुलहुरी
In Hindi it is called as  लोव्वा
In Gujarati it is called as વન લાવરી, વન ભડકીયું
Jungle Bush Quail Male

Jungle bush quail - Male - In Explore Sep 1, 2015 #182Jungle Bush Quail Female Jungle Bush Quail - female
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Jungle Bush Quail Male and Female Together Udaipur, Udaipur District, Rajasthan, India
Kanakpura Road, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Anaikutty, The Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu, India
Masinagudi, The Nilgiris District, Tamil Nadu, India
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