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Permit Required: What You Need to Know to Hunt, Release, or Move Quail in Texas #7462711 03/19/19 09:23 PM
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Written by Shelby McCay, Student Technician, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute
Edited by Amanda Gobeli, Extension Associate, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute
Edited by Dr. James Cathey, Associate Director, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute
Edited by Robert Perez, Quail Program Leader, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Edited by John Mclaughlin, West Texas Quail Program Leader, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Introduction:

Three of the four quail species found in Texas are considered upland game birds and, as a result, activities involving these species are regulated for harvest by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). In order to hunt quail, develop a Private Bird Hunting Area, or trap and relocate wild birds, individuals must acquire the proper permits. In this article we explore three of the most common permits needed for quail in Texas: hunting licenses, private bird hunting area licenses, and Trap, Transport and Transplant (TTT) permits.
http://wild-wonderings.blogspot.com/2019/03/permit-required-what-you-need-to-know.html

Several other Quail & Wildlife related articles at link


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Re: Permit Required: What You Need to Know to Hunt, Release, or Move Quail in Texas [Re: jeh7mmmag] #7462833 03/20/19 12:17 AM
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I had a private quail license for several years. We had to have them for NSTRA trials. I finally gave it up and kept Johnny house quail. Here's a training picture with Johnny house quail

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