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Volunteers Needed for Masked Bobwhite Quail Restoration Efforts

Received this note from Donald Wolfe with the Masked Bobwhite Recovery Team/University of Oklahoma:

“I am a wildlife biologist (as well as an upland gamebird hunter), and have been working with various species of grouse over the past 20 years, but have also been involved with the Masked Bobwhite restoration efforts in southern Arizona for the past 18 months. One of the frustrations we experience with this critically endangered species is the difficulty in immediately verifying reported sightings. I am compiling a list of volunteers that could be contacted whenever a report is made to attempt to verify that report as quickly as possible. We have also setup an email reporting system where birders and hunters can report Masked Bobwhite immediately (maskedbobwhite@suttoncenter.org).”

For more information on the program efforts and volunteering, visit: www.suttoncenter.org/conservation/saving-species/masked-bobwhite/




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