South Texas Quail Farm | Harlingen Game Bird Farm

Primary Contact - Bryan Holloman (956) 200-1309

Secondary Contact - Bill Holloman (956) 367-5501

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South Texas Quail Farm

 

Welcome to B&B Game Bird Farm

 

South Texas Quail Farm | Harlingen Game Bird Farm

 

- A Family Owned & Operated Business

 

- Located near Harlingen in South Texas on 50 Acres

 

- We Will Have Flight Conditioned Bobwhite Quail Ready in September & Available Through February 2014

 

(956) 200-1309

or

(956) 425-5687

 

 

Northern Bobwhite Quail Facts

 

Because of its history as a game bird, the Northern Bobwhite is one of the most intensively studied bird species in the world. Scientists have researched the impacts of various human activities, from pesticide application to prescribed burning, on both wild and captive bobwhites.

 

Northern Bobwhites are divided into 22 subspecies, some of which were formerly considered to be separate species—such as the Masked Bobwhite, the Rufous-bellied Bobwhite, and the Black-headed Bobwhite. Although the females mostly look alike, the males vary dramatically from one subspecies to the next.

 

Northern Bobwhites were thought to be monogamous until researchers began radio-tracking individuals to follow their activities. It turns out that both male and female bobwhites can have multiple mates in one season.

 

The bobwhite genus is represented by more than 700 known fossils, dug up in sites ranging from Florida to Arizona to the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Some of these fossils are at least 2.5 million years old.

 

The oldest Northern Bobwhite on record was 6 years, 5 months old. They have short life spans but make up for it with prolific breeding abilities. Under good conditions, a bobwhite pair can produce 2 or 3 broods, totaling 25 offspring or more, in a single breeding season.

 

Click HERE to read more about the Northern Bobwhite Quail.

 

 

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