Appearing at the annual meeting of the National Bobwhite Technical Committee in Roanoke, VA recently, Dr. Fearer, coordinator of the Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture, explained the history and role of joint ventures, the efforts and successes of the Appalachian Mountains Joint Venture, and how many wildlife species benefit from their work.
The Working Lands for Wildlife National Coordinator Galon Hall discusses the opportunities of collaboration between the Working Lands for Wildlife program and the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative.
Dr. Croy discusses the Forest Service’s early successional habitat creation and management for a variety of species, including bobwhites, on the Washington/Jefferson national forests
VDGIF Biologist Marc Puckett offers his perspective of Virginia’s Quail Recovery Initiative to members of the National Bobwhite Technical Committee meeting in Roanoke, VA July 23-26, 2013. (Puckett did not have a wireless mic so you may need to adjust your volume.)
The National Bobwhite Technical Committee presents its 2013 Group Achievement Award and its Individual Achievement Award.
Tree invasion affects grassland habitat and may slow game bird production. See how Kansas Wildlife and Parks deals with this problem.
See how KDWP’s wildlife biologists help to prepare for a better Quail population during the springtime.
Addressing attendees at the Quail VII National Symposium in Tucson, AZ recently, Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources Commissioner Jon Gassett delivered a keynote address regarding the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (www.bringbackbobwhite.org).
This is an edited version of Dr. Jon Gassett’s speech on the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) to Quail VII National Symposium attendees in Tucson, AZ. Gassett is commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife, and chair of the NBCI Management Board.