Noisy Miner (Manorina melanocephala) - photo by Simon Bennett; Noisy Miners are a type of honeyeater native to Australia that are gray with a distinctive yellow patch behind the eye, a black band over the head, yellow-orange bill and feet, and a yellow-olive patch on the wing. They are very vocal birds. "Miner" is an old alternative spelling of the word "myna." - info from Wikipedia
The Mountain Quail is the largest Quail in the United States. They have a very striking appearance, with brown faces, gray bodies, and bold brown and white banding on the underside. Both males and females sport the iconic head plume, though it is more pronounced in the males.