Chukar Partridge

The Chukar, Alectoris chukar, is a Eurasian upland gamebird in the pheasant family Phasianidae of the order Galliformes, gallinaceous birds. Other common names of this bird include 'Chukker' , 'Indian Chukar', 'Chukar Partridge', 'Red-legged Partridge', 'Rock Partridge', 'Indian Hill Partridge', 'Chukka', 'Chukkar', 'Chukor', 'Chukore', 'Chikone', 'Kabk', 'Kau-Kau', and 'Keklik'.

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The Chukar Partridge is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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Chukar Partridge (Alectoris chukar) Chukar juvenile Chukar juvenile Chukar Partridge (Alectoris chukar) is a widespread resident in western Himalayas of India, found upto an altitude of 5000 m. Size: 38 cm. Chukar Partridge was earlier considered to be conspecific with Rock Partridge (Alectoris graeca), but is now considered a distinct species. More

1890's the Chukar Partridge originates in southern Asia. Midwest and western states expiremented with large scale releases of these birds during The Great Depression, and that produced flocks of various sizes in Nevada, Minnesota, Wisconsin, California, Idaho, and Washington state. In Great Britain, hybrids between this species and the also introduced Red-legged Partridge are common. The releases were hit and miss, with some being abject failures. More

The Chukar Partridge are found in rocky arid portions of the western U.S. Also, the National bird of Pakistan. The Chukar offer a challenge for hunting enthusiasts. Their running ability and the fact that they will climb a steep embankment, makes the chase as fun as the find. They will flush and fly for a short distance, but they are known for their quick footed escape. More

The Chukar Partridge is a beautiful bird with some striking qualities, which is well shown in this well focused image. I also like your background and viewpoint very much. Thanks for sharing. Best regards. More

The Great Basin is the preferred habitat of chukar partridge in North American. This high, generally inaccessible desert region containing steep, rocky terrain provides all of the necessary ingredients for the chukar to survive. The grazed and disturbed public lands provide plentiful grasses and seeds with scattered shrubs while the rocky terrain provides cover. Water is generally available from scattered sources including seeps, springs, guzzlers, catch basins, even lakes and rivers. More

Chukar partridge, which are native to southern Asia, were first imported by private game breeders in Illinois, in about 1893. During the 1930s, a number of states, including Idaho, California, Washington, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Nevada, began trial releases. Some were failures, while others had limited success. Idaho came on board in 1933, releasing 121 birds from the Lapwai game farm. More

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a logo with a chukar partridge, a game bird that inhabits the rocky hills of the Mid-Columbia.Bountiful harvest for Prosser; Chukar Cherries chief helping ''find ... by The Seattle Times (Seattle, WA)The quarry is some combination of pen-reared and released pheasants, quail, chukar partridge, and mallards.Land lease: sporting rights for "rent. More

Chukar Partridge are uniquely colored, attractive little birds that are just the right size for an individual serving of succulent meat. At 16 weeks of age, they will yield about 16 oz. of dressed product. They have bright orange beaks and their plumage is primarily gray and light brown with black and white barred feathers on their sides. = ** Minimum Order of 50, orders placed for less then minimum will not be processed. More

Front Page » September 16, 2004 » Sports » Chukar partridge release in Carbon and Emery Counties Published 2,068 days ago Chukar partridge release in Carbon and Emery Counties = Print Page Email Page Share Get Reprints During mid-September, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will release some 4,000 Chukar Partridge throughout the state. More

The Chukar Partridge (Alectoris chukar) is a gallinaceous gamebird, related to pheasants, grouse, and quail. A medium sized ground dwelling bird, the Chukar weighs in at about 20 ounces and is generally 14-15 inches in length. They are not sexually dimorphic, but that males tend to be larger and more intensely colored, and many have a small More

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Order : Galliformes
Family : Phasianidae
Genus : Alectoris
Species : chukar
Authority : (Gray, 1830)