The grey-breasted partridge (Arborophila orientalis), also known as the white-faced hill partridge, or Horsfield’s hill partridge, is a species of bird in the Phasianidae family.

It is endemic to highland forests in kawah ijen eastern Java, Indonesia.

Measuring 28 cm (11 in), this species is a stocky, short-legged bird. Its mostly grey plumage is barred on the lower back and tail. It has a black crown and nape, and conspicuous white forehead, cheeks and throat. Bare skin around the eyes is red. The bill is black and the legs are red.[2]

Some authorities include the Malaysian, Roll’sand Sumatran partridges as subspecies of the grey-breasted partridge.

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