The Bobwhite Library

Welcome to NBCI's Bobwhite Library, a central, one-stop repository of key bobwhite information. While here, you can:

  • wander the Multimedia Gallery for videos about quail and quail management subjects produced by the respective member states and others,
  • stroll through the Photo Gallery and enjoy fantastic photographs of quail and quail management techniques, and
  • peruse the Reference Room (at right) for the accumulation of pertinent reports, studies and meeting proceedings that have added so much to our knowledge of bobwhite quail.


Recent Posts and News

2020 SEAFWA Private Lands Symposium

The states included in the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) are, on average, composed of 89% privately owned land. This land is where the vast majority of sportspeople recreate. It also holds the majority of critical habitat for threatened and endangered species in the southeastern United States. The role of state fish […]

NBCI Video Accepted for International Fire Ecology Film Fest

The National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative’s (NBCI) Fire Up Your Beef Production – A Ranchers’ Perspective of Prescribed Burning for Range Management is one of 23 videos/documentaries from nine countries accepted for a virtual fire ecology film festival that runs now through October 20. The winner will be selected by a public vote, which ends Oct. […]

Northern Bobwhites & Fire: A Perfect Match

The August 20, 2020 webinar, Northern Bobwhites and Fire: A Perfect Match, has been posted for public viewing. Featuring Dr. James Martin from the University of Georgia and hosted by the Southern Fire Exchange in cooperation with NBCI and Quail Forever, the offering attracted 370 participants. Developed in partnership with the Southern Fire Exchange, it […]

Northern Bobwhites and Fire: A Perfect Match

Webinar Description: Since Herbert Stoddard, Northern Bobwhites and prescribed fire have been strongly connected. However, prescribed fire, bobwhite ecology, and local site conditions need to be aligned for optimal bobwhite population response. This talk discusses the context of fire frequency, scale, and seasonality for bobwhite management and restoration. Presented by: Dr. James Martin, University of […]

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