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Stop #1 on 2012 Missouri quail season. At about 15 minutes before sunrise, in the still of the morning the coveys started sounding off, one by one.
January is Landowner Workshop Month!
Instead of sitting inside on winter weekends, get the chainsaw tuned up and create escape cover for Missouri bobwhite quail and rabbits.
Order seedlings from the George O. White State Nursery from Nov. 15 through April 30.
Now is a great time to prepare for next year’s summer beauty as well as next year's brooding cover for upland birds.
Additions bring Farm Bill Wildlife Biologist total to six for the "Show-Me" state
Late October/early November bring the beginning of several special opportunities for experienced hunters to mentor the younger generation.
Take a quick look at how the drought has affected quail habitat and numbers.
How many quail, pheasant, and turkey broods have you seen and in which counties?
This CSI episode will probably not be aired on network TV, but it is just as compelling to a quail biologist as we try to understand quail survival during the drought of a lifetime for many.
Even Missouri had a bounty for coyotes back in the 1850s and 1930s. But did it work?
My Grandfather always told me that “the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence.”
Whether during the time of the buffalo or today, in the time of the cow, when fire and grazing are judiciously applied to a grassland landscape it is good for “Mr. Bobwhite.”
Many species of wildlife take advantage of dry, exposed soil to "dust" themselves.
A year ago most of Missouri was pretty wet from above-average rainfall and flooding. Today is a different story that is having a positive impact on ground-nesting birds.
Seemingly unrelated critters share a special prairie landscape in Southwest Missouri.
Work less, spend less and help quail and grassland birds in your corner of the world.
Check out our new report on the State of the Bobwhite Quail in Missouri.
Blackberry winter comes without a warning just when you think that spring's around to stay.
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