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9353
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Amundson examines wildlife management of the bobwhite quail.
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6625
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There are five general types of quail in the United States, including seven races of bobwhites. The species native to North Carolina is the Eastern bobwhite. Amundson discusses the history of the bobwhite quail, its general characteristics, breeding and food habits, and wildlife management.
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15807
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The past one hundred years has seen the restoration of a number of animals in North Carolina, including the white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and black bears. They are now thriving in the state and across the nation. However there is one species that has not held its own--the bobwhite quail. Throughout its range the numbers of this game bird continue to decline. Wildlife managers have yet to determine why.
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