What Color Is Quail Grey?

Crossings and mutations in recent years have also resulted in a variety of different shades, tints, and feather patterns, including Cream, Grey, Blue, Grey/Blue, Ginger, Red, and so forth.

It’s critical to keep in mind that these strains are all subvariants of the fundamental Coturnix or Japanese Laying quail, not distinct breeds.

This condensed version of an article from Katie Thear’s Keeping Quail, Fourth Edition, has been used with the publishers’ permission.