California quail dust bath form and full hind foot tracks. You can even see wing imprints at the top of the form. The entire heel left an imprint. The left one is clearest.
About 5 of them in creosote thicket. Males and females.
Or big foot
No photo, just observation from field notes.
Sauvie Island Wildlife Area, along Oak Island Road, NW of Portland, Oregon.
California quail adult and young
Nest fell from rafter in barn, parent not found in area. Taken to shelter in Calabasas.
Picture sadly obscured; I both saw and heard it clearly, but there was too much in the way for my poor camera to comprehend.
The California Quail (Callipepla californica), also known as the California Valley Quail or Valley Quail, is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. It is the state bird of California.