Northern Bobwhite Quail: Restoring a Species

Loss, degradation and fragmentation of habitat on a continental scale has largely silenced the northern bobwhite quail.
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Northern Bobwhite Quail

Northern Bobwhite Quail: Restoring a Species

In the last 50 years, populations of the northern bobwhite quail have decreased by 85 percent in the United States. Loss, degradation, and fragmentation of habitat on a continental scale has largely silenced the iconic species across rural America.

Tall Timbers – through its research and land management – as well as a network of conservation partners are working together to help this species rebound.

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Restoring a Species