103. Gennæus leucomelanus. The Nepal kalij pheasant. This is the only pheasant at all common about Darjeeling. It is distinguished from the white-crested kalij pheasant by the cock having a glossy blue-black crest. The hens of the two species resemble one another closely in appearance.
104. Coturnix communis. The grey quail.
105. Arboricola torqueola. The common hill partridge.
106. Francolinus vulgaris. The black partridge. Fairly common at elevations below 4000 feet.