One interesting fact about quails is that the term “quail” is not scientific. It is used to describe 31 species of bird within the family Odontophoridae as well as the 15 species within the family Phasianidae. Quails are... More »

Quail, are divided into Old World and New World groups, with species living across North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Quail prefer open habitat with bushy undergrowth to provide them with ... More »

Quail eggs hatch in less than a month. They live three to five years and reach sexual maturity in two years. Quails may lay up to 12 eggs at a time. More »

Quails should be housed somewhere warm, dry and windproof, such as a rabbit hutch and run. They like having low-level perches to sit on. Their hutch should be roofed with something soft to prevent them from injuring them... More »

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One fun fact about blue jays is that they are not really blue. The blue jay’s feathers lay in such a way that humans see a blue color when the light strikes them. They are also very common and live in many types of habit... More »

Canadian geese travel in V-formations and can cover a distance of 1,500 miles in 24 hours with optimal winds. Canadian geese are noisy. They start to make peeping noises from within their eggs and develop 13 different ca... More »

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According to National Geographic, peacocks have an average lifespan of 20 years. The average body size of a peacock is 25 to 50 inches, but its tail can be upwards of 5 feet long. This means that more than 60 percent of ... More »