Rolling Plains Bobwhite Brigade “Tell me, I forget, Show me, I remember, Involve me, I understand.” Texas Brigade Camps 5-day camps for youth For Ages 13-17 years of age Cost is $300, Scholarships Available Held annually in June and July Texas Brigade Partners
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A variety or “patchwork” pattern of habitat and cover types in close proximity to each other and connected by travel lanes.
Good bobwhite quail habitat has a variety of plants that provide food and/or cover.
The process (natural or human-influenced) of one group of plants replacing another.
The transition zone between two different vegetative types.
Any “weak-link” that is critical to the survival of an animal.
The home range of a bobwhite quail is about 40 acres. Bobwhite quail are “sedentary” species.
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