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Good year for AZ Mearns’ quail

Published by www.wonews.com January 15, 2014 © www.wonews.com Quail hunters heading into the rugged mountain terrain of the Santa Rita Mountain range are enjoying the best Mearns’ quail hunting in a number of years. Monsoonal rains came at the right time this summer which triggered a better than average hatch of chicks and tall native grasses protected these young quail ... Read More »

Pointing Dogs and Mearns’ Quail

Published by www.sleepwhenyouredead.com December 15, 2013 © www.sleepwhenyouredead.com What a difference a year makes. Our Mearns’ quail population seems to be doing much better than last year. I had been hearing this from a few hunters and yesterday I was able to go experience it for myself. In the hottest part of the summer, we were blessed with some really ... Read More »

Arizona biologists struggle to save dying breed of quail

Written by Ron Dungan Published by The Republic | azcentral.com Thu Dec 19, 2013 9:07 AM © The Republic BUENOS AIRES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE – Ann Witman remembers finding dead quail in the pens. They were no ordinary quail – they were endangered masked bobwhites, a species native to Mexico and southern Arizona. Witman’s job was to raise them from ... Read More »

Buenos Aires Grasslands Fair in Southern Arizona

Written by Ron Dungan Published by The Republic | azcentral.com Fri Nov 8, 2013 10:53 AM © The Republic BUENOS AIRES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE – The wind blows, the grass leans and the quail are safe in their pens. All day, the sun blazes over the grassland until it drops behind the mountain, the wind settles down and deer start ... Read More »

2013 Upland Gamebird Forecast – Desert Quail

Written by Dave Smith Published by The Pointing Dog Journal September/October 2013, Volume XXI, Number 5 © The Pointing Dog Journal Read More »

2013 Quail Habitat and Hunting Outlook

Written by Rehan Nana Published by Quail Forever Journal of Quail Conservation, Quail Hunting Preview Issue 2013, Volume 8, No. 4 © Quail Forever Read More »

Gambel’s Quail

Written by Johnathan O’Dell Published by Arizona Wildlife Views, Wildlife Field Notes September-October 2013 Issue © Arizona Wildlife Views Read More »

Hunting Arizona Scalies

Written by Bill Watt Published by Quail Forever Magazine Summer 2013 © www.quailforever.org Photo credit: istock.com/gewildnatuurfotografie Bagging scaled quail in southeastern Arizona starts with finding the right habitat and my friend Web was leading us to a spot he’s been hunting for decades. Web Parton has hunted and guided in Arizona for nearly 30 years; he’s also been a bird ... Read More »

Baja quail doing just fine at Rancho El Coyote

Written by Jim Niemiec Published by Western Outdoor News Tuesday, December 11, 2012 © Baja quail doing just fine at Rancho El Coyote SAN TELMO VALLEY, MX. — Baja Norte received a little more rain at the right times this past spring and into the summer months and provided California valley quail with enough water to carry over adult birds ... Read More »

Put Arizona Quail On Your Bird Hunt Calendar

Written by Chuck Robbins Published by www.sportsmansguide.com © Put Arizona Quail On Your Bird Hunt Calendar Hunting Desert Quail Despite its foibles, Arizona quail hunting has a lot going for it. For us snowbirds, it’s a great way to extend the season and avoid frostbite. The season runs October into February, and for us the last six weeks hold the ... Read More »

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