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The male is metallic green above with glossy dark blue underparts and a brownish wing panel. The head is adorned with a tall red crest, a white forehead spot and black frontal bristles. The female has pea-green body plumage apart from the brown wing coverts. She has a slate-grey head with the bristles but no spot or crest. The bill is all-dark. Young birds are duller versions of the adult of the same sex. 
Juvenile Pair: $550




The Crested Partridge is a species related to pheasants. This gamebird is native to parts of southeast Asia, including Burma, Thailand, and Malaysia. They are known by several other names, including Crested Wood Partridge, Roul-Roul, Red-crowned Wood Partridge, and Green Wood Quail. The Crested Partridge can be recognized by its round body shape and red patch around the eye. Males have a prominent red crest and a mostly dark glossy body plumage. Females have a brownish-green body plumage highlighted by brown wing coverts. Habitat : It occurs in broadleaved evergreen and dense primary lowland and hill forests and bamboo up to 1,550 m INCUBATION: Five or six white eggs are incubated for 18 days.
 9.8 to 10.2 inches 7.9 to 10.6 ounces