Archive for the 'Quail Habitat Management' Category

As I visit parcels of quail land across the southeast, it is common for me to see practices that are done with the best of intentions though they are counter productive in regard to quail management. Let’s take a moment to discuss a few.

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Quail on Small Acreage

You do not need to own or lease thousands of acres of quail habitat to enjoy your favorite sporting bird…

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Continuing Education

A fellow once asked me where I received my education. My reply to him was that I had received my schooling from the University of Georgia, but my education came from 30 years of working field projects. I have to admit that this education is still a work in progress. Each season the quail seem […]

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This article was originally produced by the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, February 12, 2001. Deterioration and fragmentation of bobwhite habitat are the primary causes of the bobwhite decline throughout the United States. Fragmentation is the process where habitat elimination separates or isolates remaining areas of habitat. Recent scientific information indicates quail populations may need enough […]

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