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The wide area of distribution, the richest natural reserves and good commodity qualities have made the white partridge one of the most popular hunting birds of our country. In addition, it is interesting by a number of biological features that distinguish it from other birds.
The white partridge belongs to the order of chickens, the grouse family, and together with the tundra partridge and the white-tailed partridge living in North America, forms a genus of white partridges, which is different from other grouse densely, to claws with feathered legs and feathered nostrils. Continue reading