1970. Caloperdix oculea oculea

(1970) Caloperdix oculea oculea Temm.
THE FERRUGINOUS WOOD-PARTRIDGE.
Caloperdix oculea oculea, Fauna B. I., Birds, 2nd ed. vol. v, p. 399.
To the North of Tenasserim Hopwood says this little Partridge is found as far as the Douna Range, which forms the watershed of the Tavoy, Ye and Thoungyin Rivers. It occurs South in South¬- West Siam and in the Malay Peninsula as far as Malacca.

NEST AND EGGS OF THE CHUKAR.
(Near Wular Lake, Kashmir, 1920.)
This is a bird of deep humid forests and practically nothing is known about it. As regards its nidification, Robinson wrote to me :—“I see you record its nidification as unknown in the ‘Fauna.' I found a nest at the end of May, a matted pad of grass under the shelter of a scrubby bush. The single egg it contained was a glossy pure white.”

BookTitle: 
The Nidification Of Birds Of The Indian Empire
Reference: 
Baker, Edward Charles Stuart. The nidification of birds of the Indian Empire. Vol. 4. 1935.
Title in Book: 
1970. Caloperdix oculea oculea
Spp Author: 
Temm.
Book Author: 
Edward Charles Stuart Baker
CatNo: 
1970
Year: 
1935
Page No: 
252
Common name: 
Ferruginous Wood Partridge
M_ID: 
1444
M_SN: 
Caloperdix oculeus oculeus
Volume: 
Vol. 4
Term name: 
id: 
15154

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