Here we have mentioned some interesting facts about the Gray Partridge of India. Read some Indian Grey Francolin fast facts.

Grey Francolin Facts

Grey Francolin is a resident bird of the Indian subcontinent and is also known by the name of Gray Partridge. It belongs to the Francolinus Genus and is scientifically known as Francolinus pondicerianus. The local people know the bird by the name of Teetar or Bhoora (brown) Tittar. Gray Partridge of India was introduced for the first time in the Andaman Islands and from there, it spread to the other parts of the country. If you want to know more interesting facts about the Gray Partridge of India, this article is the perfect for you. Check out Indian Grey Francolin fast facts:

Kingdom : Animalia
Scientific Name : Francolinus pondicerianus
Class : Aves
Order : Galliformes
Family : Phasianidae
Genus : Francolinus
Species : F. pondicerianus
Subspecies : Three
Mating Season : April to September
Gestation Period : 21 days to 23 days
Clutch Size : 4 eggs to 9 eggs
Hindi name : Teetar or Bhoora Tittar
Diet : Grain, seeds, shoots, drupes, termites and insects