Covey Headquarters Newsletter

Managing for Quail

This newsletter provides timely, in-depth quail-management information for Missouri landowners and quail hunters.

In This Section

The Covey Headquarters, Fall 2018 (pdf, 1 MB)

Featuring: "Buy Native Trees and Shrubs from MDC State Forest Nursery" plus quail research results and  a schedule of quail management activities appropriate for Missouri during the fall months.

The Covey Headquarters, Summer 2018 (pdf, 473 KB)

Featuring: Ingredients for Quail Management Success plus quail research results and  a schedule of quail management activities appropriate for Missouri during the summer months.

The Covey Headquarters, Spring 2018 (pdf, 428 KB)

Featuring: Tree and Shrub Seedling Planting Tips, Nesting Cover, Establishing Food Plots, and other information related to the management of property for quail.

The Covey Headquarters, Winter 2017 (pdf, 546 KB)

Featuring: Public Land Quail, Think Big Picture Before Food Plots, Ongoing Quail Research, Bee Ridge Focus Area, Disking for Wildlife, and Winter Covey Headquarters Calendar

The Covey Headquarters, Fall 2017 (pdf, 564 KB)

Featuring: Audubon Introducing Beef to Benefit Birds, Year Two of the Missouri Outdoor Recreational Access Program, Buy Native Trees and Shrubs from MDC State Forest Nursery, Plants You Should Know - Common Milkweed, Calendar, Equip Ranking Program,  Youth Only Quail and Pheasant Season, and 2017-18 Featured Hunting Spots.
 

The Covey Headquarters, Summer 2017 (pdf, 617 KB)

Featuring: Diverse Grassland Habitat, Plants You Should Know, Effects of Torrential Rain on Adult Quail Survival SW Missouri Quail Study, Plant or Manage What You've Got?, and other quail management-related information.

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