UNT Quail Updated:01/2019



UNT Quail
is an innovative game bird laboratory that centers on America's greatest gamebird, the northern bobwhite.  UNT Quail works with partners to get more wild birds on the ground by implementing innovative solutions.  The goal is to create large corridors of habitat with sustainable populations of quail and other wildlife, for generations to come.


MISSION: 

To foster sustainable quail populations through innovative research, conservation, and education, by

  • implementing adaptive solutions to identify and eliminate quail threats
  • creating wildlife corridors that expand and conserve usable quail habitat
  • re-introducing wild quail in decimated populations
  • influencing policy decisions that put more quail on the ground
  • teaching younger generations to be stewards of the land, wildlife, and environment

Mailing address:

University of North Texas
Department of Biological Sciences
1155 Union Circle #305220
Denton, TX 76203-5017
940-565-3591


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University of North Texas - Department of Biological Sciences
1511 W Sycamore, Life Science Complex
Denton, TX  76203-5017
Phone: 940-565-4287
Fax: 940-565-3821


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