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Oklahoma Quail Forever Field Day: Northern Bobwhite Habitat Management
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Hosted by: OK Quail Forever & Pheasants Forever
This event ended Sat, Sep 18, 2021
Oklahoma Quail Forever Field Day: Northern Bobwhite Habitat Management
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Lake Carl Blackwell
11000 West Hwy 51 C
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078
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Oklahoma Quail Forever Field Day: Northern Bobwhite Habitat Management
Oklahoma Quail Forever Field Day: Northern Bobwhite Habitat Management on Rangelands and Cross Timbers

PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - Preferably by Sept 17th for Lunch, name tag, resource materials, and parking pass to be ordered.

Managing Hardwoods and Cross Timbers for Wildlife  
 -Tree and herbaceous plant ID: benefits or control (esp. prior to management)
 -Acheiving desired canopy cover for deer/turkey & quail using herbicide
 -Hack & Squirt, hinge cutting demo for deer
 -Programs available for producers
 -Creating edges, what is it, why important?
 -Brush Control

Range Management: Problem Plants 
 -Hay meadow management
 -Why introduced grasses offer few resources for quail
 -Grazing systems for healthy rangelands
 -Sericea, johnson grass, and broom sedge control
 -Beneficial native "weeds" (e.g., thistle, milkweed)
 -Programs available for producers
 -Cedar Control

Range Management: Practices to Benefit Quail  
 -Quail Cover Needs throughout the Season: Nesting, Brood-rearing, Protective/Thermal
 -Role of shrubs: ID, interspersion, at what density to treat or to plant
 -Disking - when and where and why
 -Programs available for producers
 -Eastern Red Cedar Control: methods and purpose, equipment/techniques demo
 -Brush piles: benefits & detriments

Prescribed Fire 
 -Demo a PBA trailer
 -Season of burn & their benefits
 -Demo and hands-on experience


All net proceeds go to the OK State Habitat Fund for bettering Oklahoma Wildlife Habitat. 
For more information, contact Laura McIver, Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever Regional Representative | (907) 750.2600 | Lmciver@quailforever.org

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!


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