English Partridge, Gray Partridge, Hungarian Partridge, Hun
These pheasants occur naturally in most of Europe into western Asia. They have also been introduced to many parts of the world as gamebirds (for hunting). They are particularly common in some areas of the northern United States and southern Canada.
The Grey Partridge measures 28 - 32 cm in length.
The back is brown; the flanks and the chest are grey. The abdomen is whitish, except for a distinctive large chestnut-brown horse-shoe mark in males and in some females.