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Bobwhite crops were collected from hunters between 1 November 2003 and 15 January 2004, in Wayne, Richland, and Clay Counties.
northern bobwhite and indigo bunting), likely causing some repeated counts of individuals (15).
Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge in southern Arizona was established primarily for the purpose of masked bobwhite conservation, and it encompasses nearly the entire remaining U.
The wild-type nontransgenic Bobwhite was used as a check in all trials except those in the USA in 2000 to determine equivalence of transgenic and nontransgenic wheat and to confirm the effectiveness of Roundup treatments.
Conversion of idle cropland to tall fescue pasture has degraded wildlife habitat in the mid-South and has been identified as a primary factor for the precipitous decline in northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) populations (Washburn et al.
Bobwhite harvest by hunters already has declined more than 90 percent in at least three southern states.
The berries hang on into early spring unless devoured by songbirds, bobwhite, deer, squirrels, or wild turkey.
Specifically, EDSTAC recommends conducting reproduction tests with two avian species, northern bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus) and mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos), using existing protocols with possible modifications to enhance the ability to detect endocrinerelated effects.
Effects of siblings on behavioral responsiveness to a maternal alarm call in bobwhite quail chicks (Colinus virginianus).
The present analyses include data for one altricial species, the European starling (Sturnus vulgaris), obtained from a nest-box colony in the vicinity of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and two precocial species, the Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) and the northern bobwhite (Colinus virginianus), which were obtained from commercial breeders (Choi et al.
Partnership with Texas Parks & Wildlife will reestablish thousands of acres for bobwhite quail and other grassland bird species that have suffered from changing land-use practices across the country
This was back when we were both much younger--decades younger--and we lived in central Illinois, where wild bobwhite quail were still relatively abundant.
Quail: Northern Bobwhite, Jumbo Bobwhite, Texas A & M, Valley, Gambel, Blue Scale, Mountain, Mearns.
In Owens' case, that was bobwhite quail, which have experienced a significant decline in the last 30 to 40 years, primarily due to habitat loss.