It is widespread in Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It can be seen in open, deserted and grassy areas. It is a small animal, with the body length of 25-35 cm, with a tail of 17-25 cm.
Grivets are widespread in East Africa, Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritrea, and Djibouti. They like savannas bordered by forests and rivers. It is 40-60 cm long, with a tail of almost the same length.
It is common in the Western part of the United States, in South Argentina and in Chile. It lives in hillside pine forests, tropical plain forests and in swamps.
It is common in the United States, Canada and Mexico. It lives in larger deserts, plains with short grass.
It is common in South Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Southbound, down to all the way to North Argentina. It has 14 known subspecies.