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A Storied Past, A Changing Future by Shaun McKinnon

New realities spur ranching innovation in Arizona’s southeast The Arizona Republic 11 Sep 2016 Shaun McKinnon DOUGLAS — You can feel the history down here along the Arizona-Mexico border, hear it, taste it. You don’t need the daily re-enactments back in Tombstone because you can see the shadows of the real thing. You’re driving on a dirt road called the ... Read More »

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 ... Read More »

Shots fired in drug bust in desert; FBI investigating

by Astrid Galvan / Associated Press April 22, 2016 via The Arizona Republic An 18-year-old drug-smuggling suspect wasn’t injured when a U.S. Border Patrol agent fired two shots at him during an encounter Tuesday in the southern Arizona desert. The FBI and a Customs and Border Protection internal review board are investigating the incident, which took place on Tohono O’odham ... Read More »

New snakebite treatment in development at University of Arizona

by Christopher Silavong, The Republic | azcentral.com April 14, 2016 Researchers at University of Arizona’s College of Medicine in Tucson are developing a new snakebite treatment that could delay or minimize the effects of snake venom on the human body. The treatment has yet to go to clinical trials, but developers envision that it would aid patients who are miles ... Read More »

Quail Region Description and AZ State Map

Quail Region Description and AZ State Map: Some interesting and very helpful information by Arizona Game and Fish Department Small Game Biologist, Johnathan O’Dell and published in Arizona Wildlife Views Magazine September/October 2015: Click on image to enlarge Click on image to enlarge Read More »

The State of Quail by Jonathan O’Dell

The State of Quail: Some interesting and very helpful information by Arizona Game and Fish Department Small Game Biologist, Johnathan O’Dell and published in Arizona Wildlife Views Magazine September/October 2015: Click on image to enlarge Read More »

Hail to the Quail by Johnathan O’Dell

Hail to the Quail: Some interesting and very helpful information by Arizona Game and Fish Department Small Game Biologist, Johnathan O’Dell and published in Arizona Wildlife Views Magazine September/October 2015: Click on image to enlarge Read More »

Monsoonal Rains Bode Well for Arizona Mearns’ Quail

Posted via Western Outdoor News August 5, 2014 Even though the upland game bird season for the southern portion of this state and clear on down to the prime hunting Mecca of Baja Norte, is going to fall well short of expectations for any kind of good quail gunning this fall, our neighboring state of Arizona will reap many of ... Read More »

1 dead in Border Patrol shootout on reservation

By Bob Ortega The Republic | azcentral.com October 25, 2014 One person was killed and another man was on the loose after a shootout Friday morning with two Border Patrol agents, according to an FBI release. The incident occurred on the northern edge of the Tohono O’odham Reservation, about 10 miles southwest of Tucson. The first man died at the ... Read More »

If You Restore It, They Will Come

If You Restore It, They Will Come by Jonathan O’Dell Published via Qauil Forever Magazine Fall 2014 Shutterstock I’ve often referred to scaled quail (or blues or cotton tops, depending on where you’re from) as the quail bridge between the bobwhite lands to the east and the top-knotted lands of the west. They fill the gap as the only arid ... Read More »

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