Hungarian partridge, also known as "grey partridges", closely resemble grouse. These birds are hardy and love to travel in groups. They are very vocal birds and are also favorite additions to gamebird hunts. Their brown markings allow them to blend in to their surroundings well. These birds pair up and mate for life. The Ideal habitat for a Hungarian partridge would consist of about 65% small grains, and the rest in short native grass around 2 feet in height. Small brushy bushes, often found on the edge of roads and fields make great wind barriers for the birds. The Hungarian partridge is great for propagating small farms.
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