Diurnal, Highly nomadic, fairly solitary or in small family groups, . Females are bigger and brighter than males, dominate breeding but hold smaller territories than other species and defend them less vigorously.,
Shrubland Woodland Grassland Stone Country, Widespread throughout inland.
Breeds in all months. 3-5 eggs, slightly off-white. Incubation 13-14 days. Male incubates and rears the young alone.
Kakadu National Park
Omnivore, seeds and native grasses; insects.
|| Little Button-quail
|| Turnix velox
|| Least Concern
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