Red-Legged Partridge
Latin name : Alectoris rufa
Larger than the grey partridge, it has a large white chin and throat patch, bordered with black. It has a greyish body with bold black flank stripes, and a chestnut-sided tail.
It is originally native of the south of France (south of Loire River) but was introduced in all the country.
Some of them fly high, others low but always fast.
It is a very challenging bird.