Barred grayish brown-and-white chickenlike grouse with a short tail. Males raise the feathers on the side of their neck to expose bare patches of reddish skin, which they inflate to produce booming sounds.
Barred grayish brown-and-white chickenlike grouse with a short tail and small head. Females have a pale throat and eyeline.
Barred grayish brown-and-white chickenlike grouse. Juveniles look like females with a pale throat and eyeline.
- Medium to large chicken-like bird.
- Striped brown and white.
- Short, rounded tail.
- Wings rounded in flight.
Immature DescriptionSimilar to adult.
- Both Sexes
- Length: 15.0-16.1 in (38-41 cm)
- Weight: 22.1-28.7 oz (628-813 g)
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