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Return dove band numbers for new study

Return dove band numbers for new study

Tall Timbers, in collaboration with several private hunting properties and the University of Georgia, began a project in the summer of 2022 to examine the populations and movement patterns of mourning doves in the Red Hills and Albany regions of Georgia and Florida....

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Quail Management Provides Many Ecosystem Services

Quail Management Provides Many Ecosystem Services

 timbBy Kevin Robertson, PhD and Cinnamon Dixon, Fire Ecology Lab, originally published in the Summer 2022 edition of Quail Call.  The term "ecosystem services" has gotten a lot of buzz in recent years. They are basically products or processes provided by natural...

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Are Bobwhites Becoming More Wary?

Are Bobwhites Becoming More Wary?

By Justin Rectenwald | Project Collaborators: Albany Quail Project, Livingston Place, Central Florida Rangeland Quail Program, Tall Timbers, Ichauway, Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch, originally published in the Summer 2022 edition of Quail Call.  In 1931, Herbert...

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The Multiple Benefits of Quail Management

The Multiple Benefits of Quail Management

By Jim Cox, originally published in the Summer 2022 edition of Quail Call.  It’s not much of a stretch to suggest that the Quail Call and all the other great information that Tall Timbers provides on quail management, has strong links to another bird that is as plump...

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