Colinus virginianus

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Colinus virginianus

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Caption: The nicely sculpted receiver is tastefully decorated with bobwhite quail and extensive scrolling.
The effect of flunixin meglumine (Banamine) on the renal function in northern bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus): an avian model.
I live in Texas where the Bobwhite quail population has been decreasing.
Sleigh and Lickliter (1997) subjected the bobwhite quail chicks to substantially augmented amounts of prenatal auditory stimulation and showed that chicks continued to respond to maternal auditory cues into later stages of postnatal development but failed to demonstrate responsiveness to maternal visual cues.
In 2012, Wheelabrator Gloucester raised and released 75 Bobwhite quail as part of New Jersey s efforts to restore the Bobwhite quail population.
410 or 20-gauge are awesome for fast flushing bobwhite quail that can be jumped in the Croom WMA this month.
An array of pitfall traps was established to measure activity density of ground-dwelling arthropod families that are potential prey items for Northern Bobwhite quail (Colinus viriginianus) on the Beaver River Wildlife Management Area, Beaver County, Oklahoma.
Bobwhite Quail Declines, featuring Reggie Thackston, Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Todd Bogenschutz, Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
Their work has paid off, and the farm boasts a healthy population of wild bobwhite quail, dove, rabbit, and whitetail deer.
Conservation Practice 33, or the "Upland Bird Habitat Buffers," will be increased by 100,000 acres, and will be distributed in the midwestern and southern states that are part of the native range for bobwhite quail.