The bobwhite roosts on the ground and always remains in single broods.
Unlike the bobwhite or the Montezuma quail of Mexico, the valley quail bunches in the fall.
I have said that the voice of the bobwhite is heard in the land.
In many respects it resembles the bobwhite in color, though far more fancifully marked.
Ruffed grouse rapidly disappearing; bobwhite becoming scarce.
For until a bobwhite is nearly grown it lives almost entirely upon insects.
I may add that both the gambel and a species of the Collinus, bobwhite, are found in this same section.
Sweet to his ear sounded the call of bobwhite from the yellow grain.
Good shooting was to be had near Amarillo—any amount of bobwhite quail, quantities of prairie-chickens, plovers, etc.
North American partridge, 1819, so called from the sound of its cry.