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Predator Control for Landowners

I occasionally receive emails or phone calls from concerned quail hunters and landowners about the decline in bobwhite quail and grassland birds. I always provide them information on what Missouri is doing to restore habitat for bobwhites and grassland birds.

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Download this annually updated document detailing Missouri's quail and pheasant populations.

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Quail Chick in Brood Habitat

Photo shows quail chick in brood habitat.

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Quail conservationists unite at Missouri Bobwhite Quail Summit

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June 16 seminar seeks to improve quail and small-game population by educating landowners.

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Quail Emphasis Areas

If you're looking for new places to pursue quail, try your luck on one or more of 19 Quail Emphasis Areas located throughout Missouri.

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Quail Forecast has bright spots

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Population surveys on Quail Emphasis Areas and private land present a different picture than those for the state as a whole.

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Quail Habitat Projects for Turkey Hunters

The past three years have been tough on ground-nesting birds. Wet springs and snowy winters haven't been good for quail, prairie chickens, turkeys, pheasants and grassland birds.

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Quail Hunting on Prairie

Quail Hunting on Prairie

Prairies and related grasslands offer a late-season hunting opportunity for bobwhite quail hunters.

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Quail Management

Missouri's quail populations are declining. Help bring them back by establishing mosaics of shrub thickets, bare ground, fields with a diversity of grasses, wildflowers and crops and ungrazed woodlots. This section shows you how.

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Quail Management FAQs

Why are Missouri's quail declining? Is it true that wild turkeys eat baby quail? Find the answers to these and other frequently asked questions.

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