Quail and red-legged partridge were also to be found near the camp.
But perhaps the most interesting case of all was that of a red-legged partridge forwarded by Professor Newton.
In appearance this is very like the French or red-legged partridge, to which it is related.
As we ride through the scrub the whirr of the red-legged partridge sends an involuntary hand to the gun.
All that it needs to learn is how to perch in a tree, an art which the red-legged partridge possesses.
Carlos came and licked his master's face, then darted off after a red-legged partridge.
They soon lifted him up, and as they did so, a French or red-legged partridge flew off.
If by chance he has knocked down a red-legged partridge, (grey ones are very scarce in France,) his exultation knows no bounds.
After she had had Tom several years, a red-legged partridge called Bill, brought from France, was given to her.
It is not at all probable that the red-legged partridge will ever drive out our own bird, a contingency which some have feared.