Meteorological observations for March 1853

1853 Annals and Magazine of Natural History  
Meteorological Obsem, ations. 423 neck, buff; breast and side covered with large patches of black, buff, and light blue or french-grey ; all the back and other parts frenchgrey ; the quills are light buff. This magnificent bird we found afterwards in pairs, betraying the same habits as the two species of Francolin in India, the male often standing and crowing on ~ome small eminence. These birds are fully as large as the gallina, which is not quite so large as the domesticated species, but as
more » ... species, but as large as a good-sized fowl.
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