High-res giclee print mounted on 12 x 12 x 1" cradled birch plywood panel.
California designated the California valley quail as state bird in 1931. Known for hardiness and adaptability,
the native (Callipepla Californicus) is plump, smaller than a pigeon, with a black plume on its head & a black
bib & white stripe under its beak. Other names: CA partridge, Catalina quail, Topknot quail & Valley Quail.