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Southern Nevada Quail Unlimited Skeet and Sporting Clays Shoot

The Southern Nevada Chapter of Quail Unlimited will host it’s first Skeet and Sporting Clays shoot February 17, 2007, at the Las Vegas Gun Club. The event, which will start at 11am, will be a combined skeet and sporting clays event, and will include a round of skeet and 50 targets of sporting clays, a year’s subscription to the Quail Unlimited magazine and a year’s membership in Quail Unlimited.

“Quail Unlimited’s method for matching funds and its system for keeping most of the money in the region where it is raised were major factors in starting the chapter,” said Chapter Chairman Chris Zundel. The chapter retains a portion of every membership sold and 60 percent of every dollar netted. This allows chapters to spend the habitat dollars and youth project money in their area.

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Arkansas: Quail and Songbird Habitat Workshop

Improving the bobwhite quail population in Arkansas has long been a goal of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, and now private landowners can play a part in the effort, the commission says.

Private landowners will be the target audience at the “Quail and Songbird Habitat Workshop” on Jan. 26-27 at the Winthrop Rockefeller Center in Morrilton.

Experts from AGFC, Arkansas Forestry Commission, The Nature Conservancy, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and Audubon Arkansas will offer instruction on how to manage land so quail and songbirds benefit.

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Good for Quail Too!

Pheasant Fest’s Farm Bill Forum Attracts Top U.S. Policy Makers

Pheasants Forever
(PF) announces the National Pheasant Fest 2007 Farm Bill Forum. At 10AM on Saturday, January 20th, Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, and U.S. House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson, D-Minn. will participate in a panel discussion about the 2007 Federal Farm Bill. This is expected to be the first public appearance together for the two most influential people shaping the next Farm Bill. The Forum will be held in seminar rooms 7 & 8 on the lower level of HyVee Hall in the Iowa Events Center as part of National Pheasant Fest 2007 presented by Cabela’s.

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Quail Forever Represented at National Pheasant Fest

The 2007 National Pheasant Fest presented by Cabela’s will welcome bird enthusiasts from all over the world. While pheasants will be the main focus of Pheasant Fest, quail will not be lost in the field. There will be a variety of seminars and a sampling of exhibitors dedicated to quail at this year’s Fest. A complete list of seminars, presenters, and exhibitors is now available at

Quail students can go back to school with “Bobwhite Quail 101 – The Life and Times of Mr. Bob,” presented by Quail Forever(QF) biologist Elsa Gallagher. Gallagher joined QF last July after having worked for the Missouri Department of Conservation the last six years. Most recently, she was the Department’s upland wildlife coordinator and quail program leader. During her Pheasant Fest seminar, Gallagher will talk about bobwhite quail biology and quail habitat needs. She will also answer questions and debunk common myths about quail.

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Bobwhite quailThe 20th Annual Wild Quail Management Seminars, sponsored by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources and the S.C. State Committee of Quail Unlimited, will be held March 8-10 at Webb Wildlife Center in Hampton County. The seminars are designed to instruct landowners and land managers in the proper techniques of creating habitat that will support native populations of bobwhite quail. Two seminars will be conducted over a three-day period. The registration fee is $75 and includes meals, overnight accommodations and seminar materials. Space is limited, so register early to reserve a slot in one of the two sessions. For more information write Quail Management Seminars, DNR, P.O. Box 167, Columbia, S.C. 29202, or call the DNR Small Game Project in Columbia at (803) 734-4306, or e-mail