By: JA Larson, TE Fulbright, LA Brennan, F Hernandez and FC Bryant
288 pages, 288 col photos, 92 maps, figs, tabs
Northern bobwhites are one of the most popular game birds in the United States. Managing and expanding bobwhite habitat makes good sense economically, and it benefits the environment as well. The rangelands and woodlands of Texas that produce quail also support scores of other species of wildlife.
This book serves as a field guide to the seeds commonly eaten by northern bobwhites, as well as a handbook for conserving and improving their habitat.
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