By: William M Giuliano, James F Selph and Brandon J Schad
107 pages, 64 col photos
Provides current information on quail biology, ecology, population status, and habitat requirements. Readers will find detailed descriptions of the habitat necessary for quail to breed, nest, forage, take shelter, and ultimately thrive. The authors offer useful management practices for farms, rangelands, and forests, including the use of prescribed fire and other disturbances, artificial feeding, predator management, restocking with wild or pen-raised birds, and the roles that harvest and hunting play in maintaining quail populations.
This book makes it possible for Florida's landowners and managers, hunters, and wildlife enthusiasts to be informed and active participants in the recovery of this magnificent bird.
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