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16454
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The manufacturer of the Anchor Covey Release system responds to the \"Pen-Raised Bird Issue\" article in the Summer 1997 Upland Gazette and provides a different point of view on pen-raised quail.
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16548
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Evans with the Southern Appalachian Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society and Ashburn of North Carolina Quail Unlimited discuss recent accomplishments in improving conditions for upland game birds and future directions of their respective organizations.
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18947
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A number of articles have appeared in magazines and newspapers in support of various birds to become the state symbol. Wicker gives his reasons for choosing the quail.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 10 Issue 37, Feb 1943, p3
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24194
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A 1,200 acre former tobacco farm in Richmond County, The Webb Farm, is now a quail hunting resort.
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9807
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Before the 1970s, quail were abundant in the Southeast, but the population has rapidly declined since then. A major study seeks to answer why this has happened. Changing land use, predation, natural fluctuations, and control by man of naturally occurring fires are seen as contributing factors in the decline.
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1383
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While many factors seem to affect quail populations in the Southeast, the reduction of insects may be limiting the quail's brood habitat.
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37890
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Although many animals are endangered or have gone extinct, there are other animals, such as quail and deer that are more plentiful than ever before.
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38163
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Short stories about what people have come across while working, such as spawning fish, the presence of kidney worms in mink, and a very large catfish.