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Dove Sportsman's Society

       
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Dove Sportsman's Society and Quail Unlimited address the habitat problems of dove and quail through its network of grassroots chapters. Dove Sportsman's Society chapters raise funds in their local communities, then fund projects that will have the greatest impact on dove, quail, upland game birds and other wildlife species.

Dove Sportsman's Society chapter projects include habitat management, research, youth programs, and informational and educational programs.  Dove Sportsman's Society chapter projects help target wildlife species such as deer, turkey, rabbits, song birds and a host of other species. Funds raised by dove chapters may be used to provide more dove hunting opportunities in the chapter's local areas. Funds could also be used for youth dove shoots, public dove fields, dove research projects, or in association with the chapter's state wildlife agency.

Dove Sportsman's Society and QU programs are making a positive impact at all levels, from local to national. Dove Sportsman's Society and Quail Unlimited members in over 400 chapters across the country support and actively participate in habitat improvement, education and research projects.

Despite a growing awareness of the importance of preserving and improving upland game habitat, more and more of this habitat is lost each year. Severe seasonal weather conditions such as drought and extreme cold can decimate upland bird populations; therefore much more scientific research is needed for us to better understand the habitat needs of dove, quail, and other upland game birds, their dynamic relationships with other species, and the most effective and beneficial habitat management techniques and programs.

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