Mountain Quail Sticker


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Note: Sticker image has a protected watermark.  The actual sticker does not include a watermark.

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Our Mountain Quail sticker is a fun way to express your lifestyle.  This is an artistic hand drawn rendering of the Mountain Quail.  This sticker measures 2.6″ wide and 5″ tall and has a UV laminate to prevent fading and is also waterproof.  The Mountain Quail Sticker has proven to not fade for three years plus in the Arizona sun.

Mountain Quail Sticker Features:

  • Measures 2.6″ wide and 5″ tall
  • UV laminate to prevent fading
  • Waterproof
  • Die cut for a clean edge

Information about Mountain Quail:

The mountain quail (Oreortyx pictus) is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. This species is the only one in the genus Oreortyx, which is sometimes included in Callipepla. This is not appropriate, however, as the mountain quail’s ancestors have diverged from other New World quails earlier than the bobwhites, no later than 6 mya.

It inhabits mountainous chaparral west of the Rocky Mountains, from the United States to Baja peninsula Mexico. It has been introduced to British Columbia in Canada, and some areas of Washington State. It can be found up to 3,000 m (9,800 ft) above sea level. It is a non-migratory species; however some populations may be altitudinal migrants in some mountain ranges.


he bird’s average length is 26–28 cm (10–11 in), with a wingspan of 35–40 cm (14–16 in). They have relatively short, rounded wings and long, featherless legs. These birds are easily recognized by their top knots, which are shorter in the female. They have a brown face, gray breast, brown back and primaries, and heavily white barred underside.


Includes seeds, bulbs, leaves, berries, insects. Diet varies with season. Eats large amounts of seeds, bulbs, acorns; fair amounts of green leaves, flowers, berries; also some insects and fungi.

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