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National Quail Symposium Proceedings

Abstract

Scaled quail (Callipepla squamata) populations declined 50% from 1954-56 to 1990--91 in a 125 km2 study area. Food habits based on a sample of 150 quail crops remained unchanged. Abandonment of farms, land use, and climatic changes were hypothesized to be major factors responsible for the population decline.

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