Because the principles governing production of quail are similar throughout its range, only problems and techniques unique to the flat-woods of southwest Florida are discussed. A description of these pine-lands includes geology and soils, climate and key plant communities. The Florida bobwhite and its foods and other needs are discussed briefly. A major portion of the text is concerned with the effects of primary land uses on quail habitat, and management modifications to improve quail production.
Moore, William H.
"Managing Bobwhites in the Cutover Pinelands of South Florida,"
National Quail Symposium Proceedings: Vol. 1
, Article 12.
Available at: http://trace.tennessee.edu/nqsp/vol1/iss1/12