Twenty states have SAFE practices tailored specifically or primarily to the creation of quail and pheasant habitat, and across those 20 states are 82 Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever Farm Bill wildlife biologists helping landowners enroll.
Hunters have crafted and connived ways to track their dogs for centuries. Here are some ideas you might consider.
Landowners reported seeing some early broods of bobwhite quail chicks in western Oklahoma during the first week of May, according to biologists with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
Successful quail conservation will take a more unified effort in the West.
Dogs that spend time outdoors should be checked daily for ticks. Pay close attention to the head, ears, shoulders and upper leg areas.
These are the top 10 qualities every bird dog trainer should have in order to be successful.
Dogs need a "weekend" too.
Feed the dogs on schedule. It’s one of the few constants they have on a road trip.
State-by-state reports submitted by upland biologists indicate a variance of conditions around quail country.
There are currently 252,088 bobwhite buffer acres enrolled across the country, leaving 144,382 acres available for enrollment.
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