The Western Quail Management Plan was created to provide range-wide and Bird Conservation Region (BCR) assessments of western quail population size, habitat abundance, current threats, management recommendations and research needs. The six species of western quail included in the plan are California quail, scaled quail, Montezuma quail, mountain quail and masked bobwhite. While a seventh quail species is present in the West, the bobwhite, it is excluded from this plan because of the recent publication of the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Plan.
Zornes, M, and R. A. Bishop. 2009. Western Quail Conservation Plan. Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Washington, DC. 92 pages.
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- Publication Date November 1, 2009
- Update Date January 20, 2021
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