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Improving quail habitat on public, private land will highlight event

PITTSBURG - On Saturday, Sept. 27, Pittsburg State University will host the Southwest Missouri/Southeast Kansas Bobwhite Workshop at 8 a.m. in Room 102 of the university's Yates Hall. Wildlife biologists from Missouri and Kansas will tour public and private land to discuss the following topics essential to understanding the habitat needs of bobwhite quail:

bulletquail ecology and life history;
bulletCRP enhancement;
bulletfescue eradication;
bulletprescribed burning;
bulletgrazing and haying;
bulletbrush management;
bulletdisking; and

The workshop will begin with a classroom session at 8 a.m. Buses will transport people to the demonstration sites in Kansas and Missouri, and lunch will be provided.

There is no fee for this workshop. All participants will be given a registration packet with informative booklets and brochures. Door prizes will be awarded.

The meeting is open to the public. Participants must register by Sept. 12. Phone the following numbers to register:  Kansas - (620) 431-0380; - Missouri (417) 629-3424. To register by email, write and state name, phone number, and request the Bobwhite Workshop registration.
Due to Highway construction on U.S. Highway 160 east of Frontenac, participants from Missouri will need to take Highway K-126.This workshop is sponsored by  Quail Unlimited, Missouri Department of Conservation, and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.




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