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How can bobwhite quail populations be increased on farm property? The Farm Wildlife Recovery Team, consisting of researchers and biologists from NC State University and the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, was set up to examine ways to increase the quail population that could be incorporated into modern farming. Wellingdorf reports on the first two years of the research.
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Baumbarger discusses how North Carolina uses a Mourning Dove Call-count Survey to determine the number of doves in a particular area and how the information is used.
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Dr. David Cobb, Chief of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission's Division of Wildlife Management, discuss the future of quail hunting in the state. While the future does not appear bright, he does offer hope.
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Sharpe reports on hunting data for the 1988-1999 hunting season for bobwhite quail and ruffled grouse.
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