Report Banded Quail

05/16/2013 12:05:38 PM



The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is involved in two on-going bobwhite quail research projects in western Oklahoma. Research topics range from habitat and population dynamics to potential diseases. For additional information on ODWC quail research efforts, click here.

Biologists and technicians are banding quail on ten Wildlife Management Areas across Oklahoma’s Rolling Plains region—Beaver River, Cooper, Cimarron Hills, Ellis County, Canton, Black Kettle, Packsaddle, Sandy Sanders, Mountain Park and Hackberry Flat. Banding efforts on most of these areas will continue into 2013. Banding on Beaver River and Packsaddle WMA’s will continue into 2017.
Submitting the below information from your harvest helps researchers better understand Oklahoma’s quail population and allows you to be a part of our conservation efforts.

If you have additional questions or comments, please send them to Doug Schoeling at doug.schoeling@odwc.ok.gov