The national bird of Iraq is the Chukar partridge. It has a bright orange beak, with yellow feathers directly underneath, and a black ring around the beak and yellow feathers. Its wings has black and brown striped feathers, with one row of black feathers alternating with one row of brown feathers. Though native to the middle east and parts of the world around that area, it has been introduced to parts of the world like New Zealand and North America.
These populations have established themselves, which shows this bird to be extremely adept at adapting to new situations that life throws at the partridge. It can also be found in many parts of Asia and many it is native to many of those countries.