Quail hunting can be hit or miss in Texas. Because of the bobwhite’s distribution, as well as its habitat needs, consider yourself lucky if you’ve ever had a chance to hunt Texas quail! Whether it’s a “boom” or “bust” year, hearing the familiar “bob-white” whistle can excite novice and experienced hunters, photographers and conservationists, alike.
Time & Place
Rolling Plains Bobwhite Brigade
Centennial Lodge, Coleman, June 7-11, 2019
Both Rolling Plains and South Texas Bobwhite Brigade camps are unique programs that helped drive Texas Brigades to the organization it is now. Both camps educate high-achieving youth (ages 13-17) about Texas quail and natural resource management. Participants will study the anatomy and biology of bobwhite quail, bobwhite diet and nutritional needs/stages, habitat requirements, covey dynamics, as well as predator, habitat and land management. Hunter ethics, firearm handling and safety, and even dog handling are part of the five-day, intensive schedule. These activities are taught in conjunction with the life-skills Texas Brigades incorporates into all programs, such as leadership, team-building, critical thinking, public speaking and communication. Apply now to earn an opportunity to learn about quail and land management, teach others, and hunt with us!
THANK YOU Rolling Plans Bobwhite Brigade Donors and Supporters!
Rolling Plains Bobwhite Committee
|Tony Baeza||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Gary Franke||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|James Jackson||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|
|James Lewis||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Ricky Linex||USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service|
|Mike Miller||Texas Parks & Wildlife|
|Robert Pritz||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|
|Dr. Dale Rollins||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|
|Mark Tyson||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|
|Todd Vineyard||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|
|Rocky Vinson||Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service|