Northern Bobwhite Quail: Restoring a Species

Posted by Renee Bodine, Natural Resources Conservation Service in Conservation Forestry
Dec 11, 2018

In the last 50 years, populations of the northern bobwhite quail have decreased by 85 percent in the United States. Loss, degradation and fragmentation of habitat on a continental scale has largely silenced the iconic species across rural America. 

Tall Timbers – through its research and land management – as well as a network of conservation partners are working together to help this species rebound.  

Loss, degradation and fragmentation of habitat on a continental scale has largely silenced the northern bobwhite quail.

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Category/Topic: Conservation Forestry