QUAIL RAISING INTRODUCTION Quails by some distinction are classified as "game" or "hunting" birds and as such, quails should not be compared with chicken, whose requirements are different.
BOBWHITE QUAIL IN TEXAS Habitat Needs & Management Suggestions Bobwhite Quail in Texas: Habitat Needs
QUAIL FACTS Bill Giuliano 1 and Jim Selph 2 1 Assistant Professor and Wildlife Extension Specialist Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation 2 Extension Agent IV, Livestock and Forages, DeSoto County Florida Cooperative Extension Service University of Florida While bobwhites are one of ...
Cooperative Extension Service/The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Bobwhite Quail Production and Management Guide
I. INTRODUCTION Species or subspecies of the genus Coturnix are native to all continents except the Americas. One of them, Coturnix coturnix japonica, was introduced into the United States by bird fanciers around 1870.
RAISING BOBWHITE QUAIL FOR COMMERCIAL USE The following topics are discussed in this publication: • Management (The Key to Success) • Marketing Tips • Breeding Stock • Managing Breeders • Egg Care and Incubation • Brooding • Growout • Preventing Disease Outbreaks • Quail ...
habitat hampered the bird's ability to rebound. Even so, quail numbers in Indiana already were declining prior to 1978 for the same ...
Lister SA (1999) Turkeys. In: Mana gement and Welfare of Farm Animals: The UFAW Handbook , 4thedn (Ewbank R, Kim-MadsleinF, Hart CB, eds) . Potters Bar, UK: UFAW RSPCA (1997) Welfare Standards for Turkeys.
3 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department INTRODUCTION Four species of quail occur in Texas: northern bobwhite, scaled, Montezuma and Gambel's quail. However, when a Texan says that he is going "bird hunting" it is understood that he is going quail hunting - as in bobwhite hunting!
BIRD-BANDING A JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION VoL. XXVII JANUARY, 1956 No. 1 TRAPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR TRAPPING CALIFORNIA QUAIL BY I. BARRY TAaSHIS INTRODUCTION Though various types of traps and trapping techniques are known little of this information has been recorded in the literature.