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francolin

large game birds resembling partridges: called also Francolinus.
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Alectoris chukar, Alectoris rufa, Alectoris, barbara, Alectoris philbyi), francolins (Francolinus francolinus), hares (Lepus europaeus), mouflons (Ovis orientalis, Ovis gmelini, Ovis musimon, Ovis ammon), raccoons (Procyon lotor), opossums (Didelphis virginiana, and Trichosurus vulpecula) and badgers (Meles meles and Memphitis memphitis).
The Francolin competes with the shy Arabian Sand Partridge that is partial to the Hajar Mountains.
Ticks on crested francolins, Francolinus sephaena, and on the vegetation on a farm in Limpopo Province, South Africa.
This year's hunting limits have been set at five partridges, one black francolin and two hares.
The game involved are: hare, chukar partridge, black francolin, thrushes, woodpigeon and woodcock.
Tamarisk, Populus and willow communities arrange beside the river along with some fauna such as pheasant (Phasianus colchicus), Francolin (Francolinus francolinus), pigs (Sus scrofa) which could be affected through plant degradation directly or indirectly.
Phasianidae Ptilopachus petroosus Stone partridge Francolinus Clapperton's clappertoni francolin 27.
Volunteers completed a number of environmentally-friendly activities, such as setting Francolin birds free and planting seeds of endangered ghaf trees, both considered a significant part of the UAE's culture and history.
66 (Streptopelia decaocto) 27 Greater Coucal R (Centropus sinensis) 28 Grey Francolin R 4.
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Since there are multiple species of francolins of varying size, some elements can be distinguished from chickens owing to epiphenomenally small size (although see discussions on francolin size in Linseele 2007).
The guide says Angola is also a haven for rare bird viewing, with more than 900 species in the country, including the francolin and the red crested tauraco.