bobwhite quail


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Noun1.bobwhite quail - a popular North American game birdbobwhite quail - a popular North American game bird; named for its call
Colinus, genus Colinus - New World quail: the bobwhites
Colinus virginianus, northern bobwhite - a favorite game bird of eastern and central United States
quail - small gallinaceous game birds
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The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is administered by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and places a heavy emphasis on habitat that benefits bobwhite quail.
She has been a great 'hard' flusher on all gamebirds including pheasants and bobwhite quail.
As my late Grandfather Ben Gillham who passed on back in 2002, the farm is all gone now, just a bunch of weeds and, yes, there are a few coveys of the bobwhite quail and a bunch of dove out there today.
The frame is nicely sculpted and etched with a bobwhite quail on either side and tasteful scrolls, which are carried onto the top tang, as well.
13) Flunixin meglumine at a minimal dose was shown to cause glomerular lesions in northern bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus), however, these birds were dehydrated and treated systemically for 7 consecutive days.
A northern bobwhite quail was shuffling slowly toward the sound of the recording.
Improving rangeland conditions by using moderate stocking rates, especially during drought (Hernandez and Guthery, 2012), or by planting a greater variety of native grasses, sunflowers, shrubs, forbs, and legumes, when reestablishing marginal crop lands, could improve habitat and diet quality for bobwhite quail as well as other wildlife species.
Comparison of cover selection by bobwhite quail and quail hunters in western Oklahoma.
This led me to the Bobwhite quail where the purpose is focused on release and meat.
With the help of more than $6 million from the state of Texas, prairies west of Houston are being restored with native grasses to increase the population of bobwhite quail, whose numbers have been on the decline in recent years.
Sleigh and Lickliter (1995) revealed that bobwhite quail chicks when exposed to substantially augmented amounts of prenatal visual stimulation continued to respond to maternal auditory cues into later stages of postnatal development and failed to demonstrate responsiveness to maternal visual cues.