grey partridge


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to grey partridge: gray partridge, Hungarian partridge
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for grey partridge

References in periodicals archive ?
I even bagged a brace of beautiful long-tailed ringnecks as well as a handsome grey partridge.
Studies on the comparative ecology of the South Persian Black partridge, (Francolinus francolinus henrici), and the Northern Grey partridge, (Francolinus pondicerianus interpositus), in Lal Suhanra National Park, Bahawalpur, Punjab, Pakistan.
Grey partridge (Perdix perdix) population status in central northern France: Spatial variability in density and 1994-2004 trend.
On the other hand, the grey partridge still has an open hunting season in nine out of the 16 federal states in Germany.
Many birds are on the site such as grey partridge, meadow pipit and skylark.
TONIGHT Colin finds out about the life and times of our grey partridge.
These include grey partridge, turtle dove and corn bunting, all of which have declined by more than 50%.
They also provide excellent habitat for bird species in national decline such as the grey partridge and skylark.
The conservation charity said Christmas favourites such as the grey partridge, which has declined by 79 per cent since 1980, were facing extinction in Europe.
The grey partridge is smaller with a distinctive orange face You are most likely to see partridges on the ground on farmland, although you would be lucky to see our native grey partridge, as they are a red listed species.
Fakenham's Preserve The Grey Partridge Handicap Hurdle (3.
The shooters who ply their sport in the fields and woods will be able to give you material from grey partridge, snipe and woodcock.
THE STATE Veterinary Service, in Scotland, has culled around 14,000 poultry, mainly grey partridge being reared for meat, to stamp out an outbreak of Newcastle Disease in East Lothian.
Przemek Chylarecki, President of BirdLife Poland (OTOP) warned: "Currently in Poland, we have a large number of European bird populations including white stork, grey partridge and lapwing - over one-fifth of European population for these species.
Kevin also works to conserve the grey partridge - a native farmland bird in decline - and is a beekeeper.