Mellea farm provides goats

. . . and the shepherds to protect them

 Mellea Farm


California Quail (Callipepla californica). Foothill Woodland.

Socially, California Quail live in small groups (coveys) in which primarily monogamous pairs travel together over a small home range. Within the group is a dominant male and aggressive displays maintain his dominance. As the breeding season approaches, coveys break up into separate male-female pairs. Occasionally, females will produce a clutch of eggs with one male, following which a second clutch will be produced with a second.