Education - Wild Quail Management Seminar
The annual wild quail management seminar is designed to improve landowner's quail habitat management skills. Information is presented so that anyone with an interest can implement these practices on their property, regardless of size.
Field demonstrations and classroom instruction will focus on habitat practices including firebreak establishment, prescribed burning, forest management, brush control, discing for natural foods and supplemental food patch plantings. Presentations will be given on wild quail natural history, biology, diseases and parasites, predation and other factors that may be contributing to the population decline. An update on current research will also be presented. Speakers will include wildlife and forestry professionals from state and federal agencies.
Information on the class:
- Must register with payment for the seminar
- The seminar will consist of field demonstrations and classroom presentations – participants will go outdoors regardless of weather
- Seminar is limited to 30 participants.
Annual Wild Quail Management Seminar
|Wednesday / Thursday||March 2-3, 2016||Webb Wildlife Center, Hampton County|
Over 1,300 people have attended the seminar since its inception in 1987. These sportsmen and sportswomen have positively affected thousands of acres across South Carolina by applying basic techniques to improve habitat on their lands.
Space is limited to 30 participants, so register early to reserve a slot. For more information, call the DNR Small Game Project at 803-734-3609, firstname.lastname@example.org