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Chakor, the national bird of Pakistan

Date Published: May 18 , 2011

Chakor belongs to the pheasant family Phasianidae and is native of Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, Nepal, Turkey and Kashmir range. It is also connected to its western tantamount, the Red-legged Partridge, Alectoris Rufa. Normally their territories are rocky open hillsides and mainly they are found at an altitude of 2000 to 4000 m. But in Pakistan they are also observed at 600m. They do not live in humid and rainy areas. Usually Chakor travels in groups of 5 to 30 and the groups are called coveys. They like wide variety of seeds and insects as food and sometimes they also swallow the dust particles. The seeds of Eragrostis in Kashmir are their favorite diet.

In the breeding season the female lays 8 to 20 eggs in total and 1 egg per day throughout the captivity period. Their nest is a scantily lined ground scrape protected by shrubs and small brambles. Normally their nests exist on hilly slopes with rocky offshoots, above streams. Nesting Chakor may be seen within 3 km of water. It is specially known for its surgical upward flights and quick vanishing in the hills and trees. Due to their remote existence they are not threatened due to hunting but inappropriate weather patterns can be harmful for their population.

 
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