Pennsylvania Northern Bobwhite Management Plan 2011-2020

The mission of the Northern Bobwhite Quail Management Plan for Pennsylvania is ―to maintain and restore wild breeding populations of Northern Bobwhite Quail in suitable habitats. To support this mission statement, the plan identifies supporting goals, objectives and strategies for guiding restoration and management decisions over a 10-year horizon, 2011-2020. This plan provides a comprehensive look at the northern bobwhite in PA. Information on taxonomy, biology, habitat relationships, population and habitat trends, propagation, hunting, restoration and partnerships are discussed in detail. The most important part of this Plan is Section I, which outlines the management goals, objectives and strategies. In addition, Appendix I contains an implementation schedule, and Appendix II includes public comments on the plan.

Tennessee Northern Bobwhite Restoration Plan

This plan provides objectives for implementing restoration of northern bobwhite (Colinus virginanus) via the TWRA Strategic Plan. The biological and ecological approach to implementing specific restoration programs is provided in the TWRA Technical Report “Biological and Ecological Foundations for Restoration of the Northern Bobwhite in Tennessee” which is available for reference. The planning approach for restoring bobwhites where feasible is focus and anchor and adaptive.

Texas Quail Initiative (2005)

The Texas Quail Conservation Initiative: A Proactive Approach to Restoring Quail Populations By Improving Wildlife Habitat.

TWRA 2014 Strategic Plan

With the onset of healthier fish and wildlife populations, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is shifting gears to focus more directly on maintaining the habitats that support those populations… As such, the new plan identifies four core areas in which the agency strives to provide these services while still protecting our natural resources… for the first time in the history of the Agency, the primary focusof the Wildlife Resource Program was to create a habitat‐based approach to managing andprotecting our State’s wildlife resources.