b'photo by Randy Stephensg ooD fort urKeys too !s ustainaBleQ uail& D ovem ix tMWhere Have All the Quail Gone? A publication byThe Sustainable Quail & Dove Mix offers The Texas Quail Conservation Initiative identifieda very different approach to providing several reasons behind quail decline. The majorfor wildlife in a longterm, sustainable one is habitat loss through land fragmentation.way. Unlike food plots that have to be Quail prefer to travel through their range on thereplanted year after year, a diversity of ground and not through the air.Quail use nativenative wildflowers and bunch grasses bunch grasses for cover and nesting. Nativeestablishes a perfectly balanced habitat. wildflowers and bunch grasses are drought tolerant, beautiful and also supply nutrients perfectlyphoto by Randy Stevensbalanced for wildlife. Lets work together to restore our quail populations by planting sustainable native grasses & wildflowers. Good for Turkeys! Wildlife biologists recommend.consider Marsh Elder (p.35) & Woolly Croton (p.45) Native Forbs & Bunch Grasses: Sand Dropseed, Purple Prairie Clover, Plains Bristlegrass, Sideoats Grama, Green Sprangletop, Tall Dropseed, Switchgrass, Partridge Pea, Illinois Bundleflower, Little Bluestem, Big Bluestem, Indiangrass, Scrambled Eggs, photo by Marty JonesMaximilian Sunflower, Common Sunflower, Woolly Croton, Slim Tridens, Texas Cupgrass, American Basketflower, Texas Bluebonnet, Little Bluestem - Pineywoods, Texas Yellow Star, Eastern Gamagrass, Bush Sunflower, Southwestern Bristlegrass, White Prickly PoppySustainable Quail & Dove Item #1813Rangeland Seeding Rate 22 lbs / acreLawn & Garden Seeding 1 lb / 750 sfPkt $5 D-pak $19 $29 / lb2020 sq ft 100 sq ft n ativea MeRiCans eed 325 446 3600'