You can consider yourself an excellent observer if you can spot these incredible birds
Pterocles is a genus that consists of sandgrouses present all over the world.
These sandgrouses usually prefer to live in areas with many shrublands, scrublands, or grasslands and are incredibly difficult to spot because of their fascinating camouflage.
Birds in this genus are exceptional at deception, and most of the time, you would not be able to spot them until they fly away from right beside you.
Sandgrouses are near passerine birds, usually earthy in color, and are mostly found nesting on the ground in pairs. They lay 2-3 eggs at a time and are incubated mainly by the females; for that reason, primarily females are better camouflage and harder to spot than males.