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The Spotted Wood Quail (Odontophorus guttatus) is a small ground-dwelling bird, a resident breeder in the mountains of Central America from southern Mexico to western Panama. It occurs in highlands from 1000 m or higher up to the timberline, usually in dense understory thickets or bamboos – mostly in the northern Andes of Colombia and the mountain ranges of Central America. Wood-quail are typically shy and wary; they will normally make good their escape on foot, but if startled will explode into a short fast flight into dense cover.
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