The Life of Animals | Quail | The Quail is a small bird inhabits woodland and forest That areas around the world. Although the Quail is very small sized bird, the Quail belongs to the same bird family as Pheasants. Quails range in size depending on the species from the Japanese Quail the which is around 10cm tall to the larger Quail That mountain can grow up to 25 cm tall.
During the mating season it is common to see large flocks of Quails Convoy as family groups together in groups of up to 100 Quail individuals. Quails do not migrate and therefore growing niche to spend Their lives within the same area. In some parts of the world, Quails as poultry birds are kept both for the small amount of meat That They contain and for the Quail's brightly colored eggs. Quail clutch sizes can Vary Between one and 12 eggs depending on the species of Quail Quail and the baby chicks hatch out of eggs in less than Their a month.
Around 95% of the Quail's diet is thought to consist of plant matter. The Quail has many natural predators, Mainly due to it's small size.