bobwhite quail


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a popular North American game bird

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Renal lesions associated with meloxicam administration in bobwhite quail (8) and budgerigars (10) and with diclofenac in Oriental white-backed vultures (9) were not seen in 10 of 10 posttreatment biopsy samples of AGPs in this study.
Some landowners have expressed concern that roadrunners prey on bobwhite quail, but Ransom said, "I seriously doubt roadrunners prey on very many quail.
5 acres of wildlife food plots that improve nutrition of local wildlife such as white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and bobwhite quail.
The company announced last spring a $250,000 commitment to create the Damascus Bobwhite Quail Habitat Project with several state environmental and habitat agencies to revive the declining species.
Food habits of bobwhite quail during January-March in southern Illinois.
So far, we have rehomed canaries, parakeets, Bobwhite quail, Chinese quail, a muscovy drake we have had 10 years with his two wives, a few geese ( I was very pleased to find a lovely home for them because one of them is doolally ( and two ferrets.
That's similar, perhaps, to the fact that another law recently named the bobwhite quail the state bird, beating out the turkey and the pigeon in a close race.
Public hunting clubs remain open through early May, offering released pheasant, chukar, bobwhite quail and huns as part of daily upland game-bird packages.
Rollins, an Extension Wildlife Specialist with the state of Texas, has worked for years to educate the public about the plight of the Bobwhite Quail and help improve habitat and management techniques.
The President specifically announced: 1) Early re-enrollment and extensions of CRP contracts; 2) new general sign-up of 800,000 CRP acres; 3) an initiative to increase bobwhite quail populations by creating automatic enrollment of 250,000 additional acres of grass buffers; and 4) a non-floodplain wetland restoration initiative to encourage landowners to enroll 250,000 acres of large wetland complexes.
Surrounded by wine country, this sprawling 19,000-acre ranch offers California quail, bobwhite quail, chukars and pheasants.
An evaluation of unburned and recently burned longleaf pine forest for bobwhite quail brood habitat.
The young bird dog raced right through the covey, blurred wings filling the air as bobwhite quail flushed in all directions.
In June 1993, a radio-tagged bobwhite quail (colinus virginianus and a cotton rat (Sigmodon hispidus) were recovered from the stomach of an adult canebrake rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus atricaudatus) in South Carolina.