In our area, there are a LOT of wild quail. All of the locals refer to them as Gambel's quail. I bought eggs from two different providers sold as Gambel's quail eggs last spring and have a bunch of juveniles that I expect will begin laying this spring. Considering that people are selling adult and juvenile Gambel's quail at quite a bit per live bird I was considering raising a bunch and seeing if there is a local market. Then I looked at some pictures to confirm my sexing of the not-quite-mature birds I have, and was struck by the fact that: according to the internet, Gambel's quail don't live in this area and the local wild birds and my juveniles look a lot more like Valley quail than Gambel's quail. I then confirmed that according to the internet, Valley quail don't live in this area either. Interesting since on a typical hike I'll see three or four coveys of 20 or so birds each that look remarkably like some kind of quail. I don't want to try to sell quail under the wrong name; since I got the eggs from people who assured me they were Gambel's quail, and they look identical to the local quail, all called Gambel's quail by local people, should I just go with that? I'm not planning on shipping; strictly cash n carry. I'm assuming most people want them for training bird dogs because meat n egg raisers would presumably go through the effort to hatch and raise their own.