There are currently 252,088 bobwhite buffer acres enrolled across the country, leaving 144,382 acres available for enrollment.
Pollinator habitat is excellent brood rearing habitat for quail and pheasants – habitat that chicks rely on for survival during the first 6-8 weeks of life.
Foundation training emphasizes the fundamentals every bird dog should master. Thus, it is the key to having success in the field.
When you love hunting the uplands, nothing – not even diabetes – can hold you back.
When it comes to bird dogs, getting back to the basics of genetics, training and nutrition is essential for success in the field.
As land managers, knowing what benefits quail and what is detrimental to quail can be the difference between having quail or not.
Open woodland and savanna management can create extraordinary habitat in a single year after burning through a thinned stand. Think quail would do well here? I do!
Meet top bird dog trainers and get expert advice on nutrition and conditioning at the 2015 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic in Des Moines, Iowa starting Friday, Feb. 20.
I can report the upland world is robust and growing. Following are some quick twitch reflections on the SHOT Show week that was.
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