Bird seen in Alexandria, VA. Can't identify.

by Larry
(Alexandria, VA)

Two views of Bird

Two views of Bird

This bird appears to have webbed feet and a small orange beak. What is it?

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Mar 07, 2017
Additional Research NEW
by: Larry

Could this bird actually be a Rock Partridge which is a close relative to the Chukar and often interbreeds with the Chukar. The darker color is the main reason I ask.

Mar 07, 2017
A Chukar it is. NEW
by: Larry

Thanks very much. This was a new one for me and my on-line research had failed. I love this website and the help you folks can give.

Cheers!

Mar 06, 2017
Chukar NEW
by: Anonymous

This looks like a Chukar, a non-native game bird in the eastern USA.


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