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See-see Partridge

Ammoperdix griseogularis

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Very similar to Sand Partridge, but separated by range. See-see Partridge is slightly darker overall than Sand Partridge and the male's head pattern is bolder with a black forehead and eyebrow. Males have also speckled neck sides unlike Sand Partridge. Females are very similar to Sand Partridge. Favors barren hills and wadis in arid and semi-arid zones. Territorial song of the male very similar to Sand Partridge, slightly more rapid and higher-pitched, "Hi-hi-hi-hi-…" Both partridges produce the same wing-whistle upon take off.

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