Common name for two distinct groups of BIRDS in the order GALLIFORMES: the New World or American quails of the family Odontophoridae and the Old World quails in the genus COTURNIX, family Phasianidae.
A genus of BIRDS in the family Phasianidae, order GALLIFORMES, containing the common European and other Old World QUAIL.
A genus of QUAIL, in the family Odontophoridae, comprised of at least four different species of bobwhites.
The developmental entity of a fertilized chicken egg (ZYGOTE). The developmental process begins about 24 h before the egg is laid at the BLASTODISC, a small whitish spot on the surface of the EGG YOLK. After 21 days of incubation, the embryo is fully developed before hatching.
An individual that contains cell populations derived from different zygotes.
Diseases of birds not considered poultry, therefore usually found in zoos, parks, and the wild. The concept is differentiated from POULTRY DISEASES which is for birds raised as a source of meat or eggs for human consumption, and usually found in barnyards, hatcheries, etc.
Ducts that serve exclusively for the passage of eggs from the ovaries to the exterior of the body. In non-mammals, they are termed oviducts. In mammals, they are highly specialized and known as FALLOPIAN TUBES.
Flat keratinous structures found on the skin surface of birds. Feathers are made partly of a hollow shaft fringed with barbs. They constitute the plumage.
Common name for the species Gallus gallus, the domestic fowl, in the family Phasianidae, order GALLIFORMES. It is descended from the red jungle fowl of SOUTHEAST ASIA.
A heterogeneous mixture of glycoproteins responsible for the gel structure of egg white. It has trypsin-inhibiting activity.
The developmental entity of a fertilized egg (ZYGOTE) in animal species other than MAMMALS. For chickens, use CHICK EMBRYO.
Proteins obtained from species of BIRDS.
Transforming protein coded by myc oncogenes. The v-myc protein has been found in several replication-defective avian retrovirus isolates which induce a broad spectrum of malignancies.
Warm-blooded VERTEBRATES possessing FEATHERS and belonging to the class Aves.
An order of heavy-bodied, largely terrestrial BIRDS including pheasants, TURKEYS, grouse, QUAIL, and CHICKENS.
A layer of cells lining the fluid-filled cavity (blastocele) of a BLASTULA, usually developed from a fertilized insect, reptilian, or avian egg.
A hard or leathery calciferous exterior covering of an egg.
The two longitudinal ridges along the PRIMITIVE STREAK appearing near the end of GASTRULATION during development of nervous system (NEURULATION). The ridges are formed by folding of NEURAL PLATE. Between the ridges is a neural groove which deepens as the fold become elevated. When the folds meet at midline, the groove becomes a closed tube, the NEURAL TUBE.
A dilated cavity extended caudally from the hindgut. In adult birds, reptiles, amphibians, and many fishes but few mammals, cloaca is a common chamber into which the digestive, urinary and reproductive tracts discharge their contents. In most mammals, cloaca gives rise to LARGE INTESTINE; URINARY BLADDER; and GENITALIA.
Group of alpharetroviruses (ALPHARETROVIRUS) producing sarcomata and other tumors in chickens and other fowl and also in pigeons, ducks, and RATS.
Proteins which are found in eggs (OVA) from any species.
A genus of the family RETROVIRIDAE with type C morphology, that causes malignant and other diseases in wild birds and domestic fowl.
The type species of ALPHARETROVIRUS producing latent or manifest lymphoid leukosis in fowl.
Infection of domestic and wild fowl and other BIRDS with INFLUENZA A VIRUS. Avian influenza usually does not sicken birds, but can be highly pathogenic and fatal in domestic POULTRY.
The process of laying or shedding fully developed eggs (OVA) from the female body. The term is usually used for certain INSECTS or FISHES with an organ called ovipositor where eggs are stored or deposited before expulsion from the body.
The middle germ layer of an embryo derived from three paired mesenchymal aggregates along the neural tube.
Coloration or discoloration of a part by a pigment.
A group of cold-blooded, aquatic vertebrates having gills, fins, a cartilaginous or bony endoskeleton, and elongated bodies covered with scales.
Animals considered to be wild or feral or not adapted for domestic use. It does not include wild animals in zoos for which ANIMALS, ZOO is available.
A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
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A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
"The business or profession of the commercial production and issuance of literature" (Webster's 3d). It includes the publisher, publication processes, editing and editors. Production may be by conventional printing methods or by electronic publishing.
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The anatomical frontal portion of the mandible, also known as the mentum, that contains the line of fusion of the two separate halves of the mandible (symphysis menti). This line of fusion divides inferiorly to enclose a triangular area called the mental protuberance. On each side, inferior to the second premolar tooth, is the mental foramen for the passage of blood vessels and a nerve.
A genus of gram-negative bacteria widely distributed in fresh water as well as marine and hypersaline habitats.
A genus of gram-negative, straight or curved rods which are motile by means of a single, polar flagellum. Members of this genus are found in coastal waters and the open ocean. (From Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology, 9th ed)
A genus of gram-negative gliding bacteria found in SOIL; HUMUS; and FRESHWATER and marine habitats.
A syndrome characterized by abdominal wall musculature deficiency, cryptorchism, and urinary tract abnormalities. The syndrome derives its name from its characteristic distended abdomen with wrinkled skin.
Time period from 1701 through 1800 of the common era.
Substances that are energetically unstable and can produce a sudden expansion of the material, called an explosion, which is accompanied by heat, pressure and noise. Other things which have been described as explosive that are not included here are explosive action of laser heating, human performance, sudden epidemiological outbreaks, or fast cell growth.
Benzene derivatives which are substituted with two nitro groups in the ortho, meta or para positions.
An order of BIRDS including over 300 species that primarily inhabit coastal waters, beaches, and marshes. They are comprised of shorebirds, gulls, and terns.
Facilities which provide nursing supervision and limited medical care to persons who do not require hospitalization.
Periodic movements of animals in response to seasonal changes or reproductive instinct. Hormonal changes are the trigger in at least some animals. Most migrations are made for reasons of climatic change, feeding, or breeding.
Community health and NURSING SERVICES providing coordinated multiple services to the patient at the patient's homes. These home-care services are provided by a visiting nurse, home health agencies, HOSPITALS, or organized community groups using professional staff for care delivery. It differs from HOME NURSING which is provided by non-professionals.
Geriatric long-term care facilities which provide supervision and assistance in activities of daily living with medical and nursing services when required.

Involvement of poly (ADP-ribose)-polymerase in the Pax-6 gene regulation in neuroretina. (1/1050)

The quail Pax-6 gene is expressed from two promoters named P0 and P1. P0 promoter is under the control of a neuroretina-specific enhancer (EP). This enhancer activates the P0 promoter specifically in neuroretina cells and in a developmental stage-dependent manner. The EP enhancer binds efficiently, as revealed by southwestern experiments, to a 110 kDa protein present in neuroretina cells but not in Quail Embryos Cells and Retinal Pigmented Epithelium which do not express the P0-initiated mRNAs. To study the role of p110 in Pax-6 regulation, we have purified the p110 from neuroretina cells extracts. Based on the peptide sequence of the purified protein, we have identified the p110 as the poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP). Using bandshift experiments and footprinting studies, we present evidence that PARP is a component of protein complexes bound to the EP enhancer that increases the on rate of the protein complex formation to DNA. Using PARP inhibitors (3AB and 6.5 Hphe), we show that these products are able to inhibit EP enhancer activity in neuroretina cells. Finally, we demonstrate that these inhibitors are able to decrease the expression of the P0-initiated mRNA in the MC29-infected RPE cells which, in contrast to the RPE cells, accumulated the PARP in response to v-myc expression. Our results suggest that PARP is involved in the Pax-6 regulation.  (+info)

Induction of telomerase activity in v-myc-transformed avian cells. (2/1050)

Telomerase activity is detectable in the majority of tumors or immortalized cell lines, but is repressed in most normal human somatic cells. It is generally assumed that reactivation of telomerase prevents the erosion of chromosome ends which occurs in cycling cells and, hence, hinders cellular replicative senescence. Here, we show that the expression of v-Myc oncoprotein by retroviral infection of telomerase-negative embryonal quail myoblasts and chicken neuroretina cells is sufficient for reactivating telomerase activity, earlier than telomere shortening could occur. Furthermore, the use of a conditional v-Myc-estrogen receptor protein (v-MycER) causes estrogen-dependent expression of detectable levels of telomerase activity in recently infected chick embryo fibroblasts and neuroretina cells. We conclude that the high levels of telomerase activity in v-Myc-expressing avian cells are not the mere consequence of transformation or of a differentiative block, since v-Src tyrosine kinase, which prevents terminal differentiation and promotes cell transformation, fails to induce telomerase activity.  (+info)

Association and dissociation kinetics of bobwhite quail lysozyme with monoclonal antibody HyHEL-5. (3/1050)

The anti-hen egg lysozyme monoclonal antibody HyHEL-5 and its complexes with various species-variant and mutant lysozymes have been the subject of considerable experimental and theoretical investigation. The affinity of HyHEL-5 for bobwhite quail lysozyme (BWQL) is over 1000-fold lower than its affinity for the original antigen, hen egg lysozyme (HEL). This difference is believed to arise almost entirely from the replacement in BWQL of the structural and energetic epitope residue Arg68 by lysine. In this study, the association and dissociation kinetics of BWQL with HyHEL-5 were investigated under a variety of conditions and compared with previous results for HEL. HyHEL-5-BWQL association follows a bimolecular mechanism and the dissociation of the antibody-antigen complex is a first-order process. Changes in ionic strength (from 27 to 500 mM) and pH (from 6.0 to 10.0) produced about a 2-fold change in the association and dissociation rates. The effect of viscosity modifiers on the association reaction was also studied. The large difference in the HEL and BWQL affinities for HyHEL-5 is essentially due to differences in the dissociation rate constant.  (+info)

Identification of cyclin A/Cdk2 phosphorylation sites in B-Myb. (4/1050)

B-myb is a highly conserved member of the myb proto-oncogene family that encodes a ubiquitously expressed 110-kDa sequence-specific DNA-binding protein. Transactivation of Myb-inducible promoters by B-Myb is repressed by a regulatory domain located at the C-terminus of the protein. Cyclin A/Cdk2-mediated phosphorylation apparently releases the negative constraint and triggers B-Myb transactivation potential. Two-dimensional tryptic phosphopeptide analysis indicated that the majority of the sites phosphorylated in vivo are targeted in vitro by cyclin A/Cdk2. Six sites in B-Myb fulfil the requirements for recognition by Cdk2. Using point mutation of the phosphorylation sites to nonphosphorylatable amino acids, we show that five of these sites are targets for Cdk2 in vivo. Mutation of one of these residues (T524) to alanine diminished the ability of B-Myb to promote transcription of a reporter gene, suggesting that phosphorylation of B-Myb at this site is important for the regulation of its activity by cyclin A/Cdk2.  (+info)

Endoribonuclease IV. 2. Further investigation on the specificity. (5/1050)

The poly(A)-specific endoribonuclease IV produces oligo(A) fragments of a chain length of 10 AMP nucleotides. One enzyme molecule performs 1700 cleavages per min; the cleavages occur randomly. The endoribonuclease IV is a nuclear enzyme which is present in the oviduct of quails in a concentration of 40 000 enzyme molecules per cell. Poly(A) segments on mRNA are selectively hydrolyzed by endoribonuclease IV; the poly(A)-free part of the RNA is not affected. After incubation with the enzyme, a residual oligo(A) stretch of 5 AMP nucleotides remains on poly(A)-rich RNA. The endoribonuclease IV does not disintegrate the polyribosomal complex after incubation in vitro and the enzyme has also no influence on the translational capacity of a cell-free protein-synthesizing system.  (+info)

Regulation of cdc2 gene expression by the upstream stimulatory factors (USFs). (6/1050)

cdc2 gene expression is under the control of multiple factors. Although E2F/DP proteins have been reported to play a central role, they cannot account for all aspects of the fine modulation of cdc2 gene expression during cell cycle and embryonic development. To characterize the transcription factors that control cdc2 gene expression during nerve cell differentiation in avians, we have previously cloned the quail cdc2 gene promoter region. We had identified an octamer (CAGGTGGC) containing an E-box, which has important activity in regulating cdc2 transcription. Using in vivo genomic footprinting experiments, we show here that this motif, currently named IG, is the target of binding proteins at different stages of neuroretina development, confirming its importance as a regulatory response element for cdc2 gene expression. A subset of Helix-Loop-Helix family of transcription factors, known as Upstream Stimulatory Factors (USFs) specifically bind to this sequence as dimers. Moreover, our results indicate that USFs transactivate the promoter of cdc2 via the IG motif. These data may help to better understand the mechanisms that control cell division in differentiating nerve cells.  (+info)

bves: A novel gene expressed during coronary blood vessel development. (7/1050)

We have used a subtractive method to clone novel messages enriched in the heart. Here we show that one such message, bves (blood vessel/epicardial substance) is a novel protein that is highly conserved between chicken and mouse. The bves message is detected at high levels in early chick hearts. Using anti-Bves antibodies, we show expression in cells of the proepicardial organ, migrating epicardium, epicardial-derived mesenchyme, and smooth muscle of the developing intracardiac arterial system, including the coronary arteries. Our data suggest that Bves is an early marker of developing vascular smooth muscle cells. In addition, the expression pattern of Bves protein reveals the patterning of intracardiac vascular smooth muscle and possible insights into the cellular regulation of smooth muscle differentiation during vasculogenesis.  (+info)

Association of specific DNA binding and transcriptional repression with the transforming and myogenic activities of c-Ski. (8/1050)

The ski oncogene encodes a transcription factor that induces both transformation and muscle differentiation in avian fibroblasts. The first 304 amino acids of chicken Ski, the transformation domain, are both necessary and sufficient to mediate these biological activities. Ski's biological duality is mirrored by its transcriptional activities: it coactivates or corepresses transcription depending on its interactions with other transcription factors. Ski represses transcription through specific binding to GTCTAGAC (GTCT element) but it possesses a transferable repression activity that can function independently of this DNA element. In this study, we locate this repression domain to the NH2-terminal two-thirds and the GTCT binding region to the COOH-terminal one-third of Ski's transformation domain. Mutations in the transformation domain of c-Ski reveal a strong correlation between GTCT-mediated transcriptional repression and the biological activities of transformation and myogenesis. We also show that a dimerization domain located at the COOH terminal end of the Ski protein increases its transforming activity and its binding to GTCTAGAC.  (+info)

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I also have quail and chickens, and it is the same setup as most replies here. I let my chickens run during the day, whereas my quail are penned 24/7. They are always kept separate for several reasons. The most important would be the disease factor, where chickens could bring a virus, etc. into your quail population. Secondly important would be the fact that the chickens are pretty carefree when it comes to being around other animals and humans, where the quail are very high strung, flighty, and not too inviting to outsiders. Having this combination together would put a great deal of stress on your quail, which would in turn hinder egg production, feeding, etc. I can tell you that my quail have finally gotten used to the chickens coming around their pen to clean up the loose waste feed underneath(one benefit). So, I would say raise them separately, and avoid housing both together as best as you can. Replacing a few chickens wouldnt be near as costly as your quail. Navigation. [0] Message ...
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 220C fan-forced (240C conventional). Place the grape leaves (if using) on a baking tray and set aside.. Step 2: Place half the figs in a bowl, then drizzle with a little olive oil and add the lemon thyme and lemon zest. Stuff each quail cavity evenly with this mixture. Tuck the wings of each quail behind the bird. Rub the quail skin with a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper.. Step 3: Melt the butter in a heavy-based frying pan over high heat and cook for 2-3 minutes until nut brown, adding the olive oil when the butter starts to bubble to prevent it from burning. Reduce the heat to low-medium, then very gently seal the quail on all sides for 8 minutes, turning until just light-golden all over. Place the quail, breast side up, on top of the grape leaves (if using) on the baking ray, then put a slice of bacon over each quail breast and place the remaining figs on the tray.. Step 4: Roast the quails for 6-8 minutes or until just cooked. To test if the ...
Directions. Rinse the quail under cool running water and dry them on a tea towel. Season them inside and out with salt and pepper. Wrap each quail in a strip of pancetta, beginning with the quails legs, which you should push against the body and secure with the pancetta. Heat the olive oil in a large sauté pan set over medium-low heat, carefully set the quail in the pan, and sauté until golden brown, about 5 minutes. Turn the quail over and cook until browned on the other side, about 5 minutes more. Transfer the quail to a plate, add the onion to the pan, and sauté it until it is soft and fragrant, about 15 minutes. Dice the remaining pancetta, add it to the cooked onion, increase the heat to medium, cook for 7 minutes, add the garlic, and cook for 2 minutes more. Add the chicken stock, Glace de Poulet, and red wine, increase the heat to high, and boil until reduced by one-third, about 5 minutes. Stir in the tomatoes, reduce the heat to low, return the quail to the pan, cover, and simmer for ...
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Oh yeah, I totally agree the quails will make their calls once in a while no matter what. My hens make their calls once or twice a day but not during the night and according to some it is quite lovely. The males are much much louder though but am assuming they will not make as much loud crows if hand raised from a chick such that they will be quieter at night as opposed to a happy pair that was deliberately split up..then the male quail may crow all day and night for his lost mate...:/ I guess it will depend on the button quail whether he will be noisy or not..they all have their unique personalities but still am hoping if ever get a chance to raise a male button quail from a chick it wont shake up the neighbors at night ...
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Cultured quail myocytes were much more resistant to H2O2 toxicity than cultured mouse myocytes. The intracellular concentration of glutathione ([GSH]i) and the activity of gamma-glutamylcysteine synthetase (gamma-GCS) in quail heart cells were about five and three times higher, respectively, than in mouse heart cells, although catalase and glutathione peroxidase (GSHpx) activity was similar in both. Preloading of gamma-glutamylcysteine monoethyl ester (gamma-GCE), a membrane-permeating GSH precursor, increased the H2O2 resistance of cultured mouse myocytes. These observations suggest that the high [GSH]i and the high activity of gamma-GCS in quail myocytes are responsible for their high resistance to H2O2. Both H2O2 sensitivity and [GSH]i of mosaic sheets composed of equal amounts of mouse and quail myocytes approximated those of sheets composed entirely of quail myocytes. From these observations, it is hypothesized that GSH was transferred from quail myocytes to mouse myocytes, probably through ...
Electronic Publication Only. An important distinction missing from many quail decline discussions is the difference between proximate and ultimate causes. Although harvest, predation by native and non-native species, and disease can all affect the mortality rates of local quail populations, there is not sufficient evidence that these proximate factors influence quail populations at an ecoregion or statewide scale. Despite the lack of supporting evidence, though, many of these purported threats are still blamed as the ultimate causes of the quail decline. There do exist proven best management practices that are effective for managing good quail habitat, because declining habitat quality and quantity is the ultimate cause of the quail decline. ...
A technique appropriate to investigation of the developmental fates of distinct embryonic cell types is described and the fate of a particular type of chick myoblast (CMR-I) examined. CMR-I myoblast clones are morphologically different from other chick myoblast clone types and can readily be identified in living cultures.. After two weeks of culture CMR-I myoblast clones were collected, aggregated, and transplanted into the prospective dorsal thigh region of young quail embryos. After four days of growth, cells of the transplant-containing quail legs were grown as clones. Chick clones were located by Feulgen staining and identified as muscle or non-muscle and, if muscle, as CMR-I or not; 91% of the chick clones recovered from transplants were muscle clones, and of these 97% were CMR-I. It was concluded that CMR-I myoblasts do not undergo a change in differentiated state identifiable by clonal analysis.. Other transplant-containing quail legs were fixed, sectioned, and Feulgen stained. The ...
The California quail (Callipepla californica), also known as the California valley quail or valley quail, is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. These birds have a curving crest or plume, made of six feathers, that droops forward: black in males and brown for females; the flanks are brown with white streaks. Males have a dark brown cap and a black face with a brown back, a grey-blue chest and a light brown belly. Females and immature birds are mainly grey-brown with a light-colored belly. Their closest relative is Gambels quail which has a more southerly distribution and, a longer crest (2.5 in (6.4 cm)), a brighter head and a scalier appearance. The two species separated about 1-2 million years ago, during the Late Pliocene or Early Pleistocene. It is the state bird of California ...
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Other articles where Barred button quail is discussed: button quail: In the barred, or common, button quail (T. suscitator) of India and eastward, females are black-throated in breeding season. The northernmost species, ranging from India to Manchuria, is T. tanki, called yellow-legged, Indian, or Chinese button quail.
The people asked, and He sent them quail ee. - Psalm 105:40. Its been a rough go for the quail lately. Once numbering more than 31 million from sea to shining sea, the U.S. quail population has plummeted to a discouraging 5.5 million during the last three decades.. Baby harp seals, black-footed ferrets, spotted owls, even the insipid Prebles meadow jumping mouse, all have their champions. Who will stand up for the humble quail? ...
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The tiny, speckled eggs of Japanese quail should be easy targets for hungry predators. But these quail have a survival advantage - each goes out of her way, research suggests, to choose a nesting location that best matches the particular color pattern of her eggs.
We report the cloning of two new quail myogenic cDNAs, quail myogenic factor 2 (qmf2) and qmf3, which encode helix-loop-helix proteins homologous to mammalian myogenic factors myogenin and myf-5. In situ hybridization has been used to investigate the developmental expression of qmf2 and qmf3, as wel …
Objective: Owing to the public availability of complete genome sequences, including avian species, massive bioinformatics analyses may be conducted for computational gene prediction and the identification of gene regulatory networks through various informatics tools. However, to evaluate the biofunctional activity of a predicted target gene, in vivo and in vitro functional genomic analyses should be a prerequisite. Methods: Due to a lack of quail genomic sequence information, we first identified the partial genomic structure and sequences of the quail SH3 domain containing ring finger 2 (SH3RF2) gene. Subsequently, SH3RF2 was knocked out using clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat/Cas9 technology and single cell-derived SH3RF2 mutant sublines were established to study the biofunctional activity of SH3RF2 in quail myoblast (QM7) cells during muscle differentiation. Results: Through a T7 endonuclease I assay and genotyping analysis, we established an SH3RF2 knockout (KO) QM7#4
Once upon a time, this was a quail hunters Avalon. Now all thats left of those splendid days are the reveries of old men.. Many of those hunters are too afflicted by the ravages of time to hunt anymore, and some are dead. The few who are still fit say it makes no sense to traipse across those russet and sable fields and draws anymore, because our quail are no more.. How glorious were those days of old? Compared to today, beyond belief.. For instance, Arkie Covert of McLouth remembers how he and the late Bruce Tate of Lawrence and their pointers used to hunt a farmstead near Clinton in the 1960s.. By noon they would flush 10 big coveys, and Covert said: There were so dang many coveys that we never bothered hunting and shooting the single birds.. Likewise, Blair Flynn of Overbrook found untold numbers of quail in the plum thickets, cedar-laden draws and hedgerows of the farmlands that stretched from Michigan Valley to Centropolis.. If a hunter was working with a young pointer or setter, ...
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Todays recipe is a Kerala delicacy, spicy deep fried Quail/Kada.It had been years since we had any and so when we found this in our local Mediterranean store, I was super excited.Crispy kada fry was the first thing that came to my mind. Quail is small bird but its meat is tasty, tender and succulent.I remember my grandmother saying that quail and its eggs are healthier than chicken. This is an easy to cook recipe with wonderful flavor of aromatic spices, curry leaves and coconut oil.Try this recipe,you will surely love ...
Can anyone give me any pointer on raising quail? I will be getting quail that are 2-5 days old. Is there anything special that I need to know. I am currently raising chickens, but I am not really sure about quail ...
Quail Unlimited is a non-profit American organization dedicated primarily to conserving quail, but also helps doves, game birds and other avian creatures. Established in 1981, the group has now several hundred chapters across the U.S. Learn more about the history and mission of Quail Unlimited by taking our quiz.
Guide on how to start quail farm. The lager specie of quail is the ones farmed. Despite the description large they are actually small birds or mid-sized.
Quails in pickled sauce . The quail is a migratory bird that lives in flocks in sunny and dry places, in cereal plantations as well as in meadows. Quails can be hunted all year round, half-season hunting period included....
The Quail Coop, COOP 6 Q is designed with a sliding door on one side and a hinged door on the top. Sized specifically for quail, this coop has a solid floor. Great for transporting quail to the gun dog training grounds.
1. Marinate quail in honey, soy sauce, ginger and garlic and refrigerate for two hours.. 2. Remove from fridge and heat BBQ. 3. Put quail skin down on hot BBQ plate for 4 minutes, until golden brown. 4. Turn quail and grill for three minutes. 5. Close lid and cook on low for a further 5 minutes. Cut in half, serve and enjoy.. ...
Quail is as easy to prepare as it is tasty and healthy. Given below are a few such easy to make Quail recipes to indulge your taste buds the healthy way.
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There is a lot of talk in recent years about the Bobwhite Quail Decline - also being called idiopathic decline. Something is definitely harming the wild populations of bobwhite quail. As I see it, we have a couple choices - do nothing or do something. Im not willing to do nothing because I truly enjoy stomping through the woods with friends behind a good dog. In the do something category we also have some choices. One choice is to participate actively in quail organizations which raise and donate funds to other organizations that research and rehabilitate wild quail populations. I do that as well. Another option is to raise and release your own bobwhite quail to release in the wild. I am actively raising bobwhite quail with a quail surrogator. Its not hard and its a lot of fun. Yeah, I like the little birds - a lot! I am raising quail for hunting but the primary goal is to reestablish a native wild population of bobwhite quail. What follows is my first post that covers, end to end, a wild ...
The impact of endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) has been demonstrated in mammalian models, but less research is available for avian species. The effects of vinclozolin (VIN), an antiandrogenic fungicide, on sexual differentiation and maturation were investigated in Japanese quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). On day 4 of incubation, embryos were exposed to no treatment, oil, or 25, 50, or 100 ppm of VIN. Endpoints measured included adult male reproductive behavior, hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone I (GnRH-I) content in hatchlings and adults, plasma steroid levels in hatchlings and adults, proctodeal gland growth during maturation, and relative testicular weight at seven weeks of age. Results showed that exposure to VIN significantly (p | 0.05) altered GnRH-I in male hatchlings, whereas GnRH-I levels in females remained unaffected. Although steroid levels were unaltered by any VIN treatment, the display of male reproductive behavior seemed delayed, with the number of mounts and the...
The Texas quail explosion is underway! Habitat plus rain equals quail. Four years ago, at the peak of a horrendous drought, Texas hunters experienced the worst quail hunting imaginable and literally stopped hunting. The Texas Parks & Wildlife Departments harvest estimate was a paltry 141,00 quail, a mere six percent of the 2.36 million quail harvested in the boom year of 2002-03.. Things werent much better the following season. Then, as Perez described it, a decent year was followed by a good year, and now we have an exceptional year. The respectable harvest of roughly 950,000 quail last year will likely be shattered this season.. We got a spring, howled Perez, the long-time TPWD quail manager. North Texas, the Rolling Plains, South Texas. Lots of moisture and bugs, low summer temperatures, perfect conditions. This is the year to come to Texas.. Perez noted that the quail boom after the drought happened so quickly that last season many people didnt have bird dogs, a situation that is ...
Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) may appear to many as exotic, relative newcomers to the poultry sector but they have been part of the domestic bird scene since the 12th (potentially even the 11th) century. Interest in quail farming has grown post World War II with more time and effort devoted to selective breeding and mass production. As consumer interest in quail gathers apace - for evidence of this, check the number of well-known retailers that now stock quail eggs - so the way in which the birds are farmed is being more closely scrutinised. Quail reared for their eggs are normally kept in battery-cage-style systems, whereas quail reared for meat are generally housed in high-capacity barn systems. Concern with the animal-welfare compromises of these set-ups, and with large-scale imports of birds and eggs from low-regulation farms in, for example, France and Spain, has seen several UK-based producers develop free-range or higher-welfare quail farms over the past decade or so. One of the key ...
The present studyinvestigated the impact of selection for body weight (BW) on productive performance, predicted BW and genetic improvement of related traits in Japanese quail. Base population, selected parent and F1 progeny were tested. Pens and cages were used for rearing and breeding. A total of 240 birds in two successive generations, 27 sires and 54 dams (as selected parents) were used. Body weight from multiple regression equation, covariance analysis and combining models were estimated, response to selection, realized heritability and genetic correlation were computed for BW, weight gain (WG), feed intake (FI) and feed conversion ratio (FCR). The results showed that the response to selection for BW, WG, FI and FCR were 11.48 g, 27.04 g, 37 g and -0.2, respectively. The estimated heritabilities for the same traits were 0.78, 0.67, 0.52 and 0.77, respectively. Predicted equation (DUHOK equation) for BW as dependent variable on the initial body weight and sex ratio was derived. The final response for
Diphasic Analysis of Growth in Japanese Quail Japanese Quail;Growth Curves;Monophasic Function;Diphasic Function;Asymptotic Weight;Growth Rate; A line of Japanese quail selected for increased body weight for 15 generations (C) and an unselected control line (K) were used to examine the impact of selection for body weight on the growth curve of Japanese quail. In addition, the effect of sex on the growth curve in each line was also studied, namely females of C (CF), males of C (CM), females of K (KF) and males of K (KM). The monophasic and diphasic growth models were studied for adequacy in describing growth curves of quail in both sexes of the C and K lines. The monophasic function provided almost the same growth rate for both sexes in both lines. However, the growth rates calculated by means of the diphasic function differed between sexes for both lines, except for those calculated for C during the second growth phase. While there were 2-3 days difference between sexes in age at maximum gain in both
Quail show social behaviors close to those observed in the chicken. Moreover, Japanese Quail and chickens have the same number of chromosomes despite showing several morphological differences [39]. As such, the Japanese Quail can be considered as a reliable model for the chicken in the field of genetics [40]. However, a previous study by Inoue-Murayama et al. [41] showed that genetic markers used in the genetic mapping for the chicken were ineffective in Japanese Quail, which highlighted the need to develop quail-specific markers. Consequently several maps were developed using AFLP markers [18], microsatellite markers [19] and both [20]. Comparisons between the information from the quail genetic map and from the assembled chicken sequence showed that the macrochromosomes of the two species had a highly conserved synteny [42]. Similarly, cytogenetic comparisons by Shibusawa et al. [43], showed conservation of the chromosomal organization between the two species. Nevertheless, Kayang et al. [42] ...
One possible explanation is that chickens delay neurogenesis relative to bobwhite quail. In this scenario, the chicken brain would undergo more rounds of precursor cell divisions and, therefore, expand relative to the quail brain. This hypothesis is plausible because the expansion of the telencephalon in parrots and songbirds is associated with delays in telencephalic neurogenesis (Striedter & Charvet 2008; Charvet & Striedter 2009a). However, our comparative analysis of neural event timing in chickens and quail indicates that neurogenesis occurs earlier in chickens than in quail when age is expressed in days post-incubation onset. Importantly, neurogenesis timing in several brain regions is highly predictable in chickens and quail once age is expressed as a percentage of normal incubation time. These findings are consistent with the notion that schedules of neurogenesis uniformly stretch or compress as developmental periods lengthen or shorten (Clancy et al. 2001). However, these findings ...
References. Abdullah, A. Y.; Al-Beitawi, N. A.; Rjoup, M. M. S.; Qudsieh, R. I. and Ishmais, M. A. A. 2010. Growth performance, carcass and meat quality characteristics of different commercial crosses of broiler strains of chicken. Japan Poultry Science 47:13-21. [ Links ] Aggrey, S. E. 2002. Comparison of three nonlinear and spline regression models for describing chicken growth curves. Poultry Science 81:1782-1788. [ Links ] Alkan, S.; Galic, A.; Karabag, K. and Balcioglu, M. S. 2008. Effects of selection for live weight and egg weight on hatching and 6 week body weights in Japanese quails (Coturnix coturnix japonica). Hayvansal Üretim 49:16-19. [ Links ] Anthony, N. B.; Nestor, K. E. and Bacon, W. L. 1986. Growth curves of Japanese quails as modified by divergent selection for 4-week body weight. Poultry Science 65:1825-1833. [ Links ] Barbato, G. F. 1991. Genetic architecture of growth curve parameters in chickens. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 83:24-32. [ Links ] Behr, V.; Hornick, J. ...
Drosophila Quail protein is required for the completion of fast cytoplasm transport from nurse cells to the oocyte, an event critical for the production of viable oocytes. The abundant network of cytoplasmic filamentous actin, established at the onset of fast transport, is absent in quail mutant egg chambers. Previously, we showed that Quail is a germline-specific protein with sequence homology to villin, a vertebrate actin-regulating protein. In this study, we combined biochemical experiments with observations in egg chambers to define more precisely the function of this protein in the regulation of actin-bundle assembly in nurse cells. We report that recombinant Quail can bind and bundle filamentous actin in vitro in a manner similar to villin at a physiological calcium concentration. In contrast to villin, Quail is unable to sever or cap filamentous actin, or to promote nucleation of new actin filaments at a high calcium concentration. Instead, Quail bundles the filaments regardless of the ...
INTRODUCTION. Reproduction of birds depends on photoperiod, rainfall, humidity, temperature and food as well as intrinsic factors (Lake, 1981; Lofts & Murton, 1968). In temperate zones, seasonal day length variation serves as the primary role of timing reproductive periodicity (Lofts & Murton). The majority of species outside the tropics rely on a food resource for their young that become available for a predictable period each year. The length of the breeding season varies between species, but in the vast majority, the breeding season is asymmetrical with changes in photoperiod. When mature male coturnix were exposed to short photoperiods (6L: 18D) a rapid testicular weight reduction was recorded (Follett & Farner, 1966). Reduction of testicular weight in the common coturnix, exposed to short days (8 h of light), was more rapid in a colder than in a warmer environment (Wilson et al., 1971). The two most critical features in the seasonality of an environment are the amplitude of the seasonal ...
Article Accumulation and effects of 90‐day oral exposure to dechlorane plus in quail (Coturnix coturnix). While a number of studies have addressed bioaccumulation of the flame retardant Dechlorane Plus (DP), little information on the adverse effects ...
Detecting the genetic and physiological variations in two Japanese quail strains could be used to suggest a new avian model for future breeding studies. Consequently, two estimations were performed on two Japanese quail strains: gray quail strain (GJQS) and white jumbo quail strain (WJQS). The first estimation was conducted on carcass characteristics, breast muscles, breast concentration of collagen type I, and body measurements. In contrast, blood samples were collected for the second estimation for genomic DNA extraction and genetic analysis. A total of 62 alleles out of 97 specific alleles (63.92%) were detected overall loci (14 microsatellite loci) for the two strains. A total of 27 specific alleles of WJQS were observed, and 35 were obtained for GJQS. The percentage of similarity was 48.09% ranged from 4.35 with UBC001 to 100% with GUJ0051. WJQS had greater body weights and a higher value of pectoral muscle and supracoracoideus muscle than GJQS. The breast muscles of GJQS exhibited a higher
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While at my computer yesterday afternoon I heard a thud then a thunk and saw two new marks on the window. I looked out into the yard and just below the window and about 8 ft out from the wall a Sharp-shinned Hawk was astride a Mountain Quail. The quail was still, looking like it may have been killed hitting the window. It was only stunned as it started fighting back as the hawk tried to move it to a safer place to finish off and then eat the quail. The struggle continued across the lawn and down toward the tree line beyond as the hawk tried to fly with the quail but couldnt get more than a few inches off the ground or a few feet farther along. Eventually the hawk managed to drag the now lifeless quail to shelter and cover just at the edge of the lawn. Several feather piles marked the efforts of the hawk ...
AS IVE WRITTEN HERE previously, there is a positive relationship between rainfall and quail hunting in Texas. Yes, there are habitat issues that can be blamed for their extinction in many areas east of IH-35; but on the quail factory ranches of west and south Texas, lack of birds in certain years just aint that hard to figure out. We can postulate about parasites and we can speculate about predation until were blue in the face, but at the end of the day it just needs to rain.. Last season we saw the beginnings of a quail rebound when ample rains during the prior summer lifted us from the deathtrap of a seven-year drought of record. Everyone agreed that timely rains again in 2015 might kick off another quail boom.. Two wet years back to back in Texas? Pffft, thatll never happen…. But it did. And it came in the form of El Nino. And if I was in the market for a new birddog, right now, thats exactly what Id name him.. The quail season that ended on February 27, 2016 was one for the record ...
CARMEL, CA. September 18, 2017 Quail Lodge & Golf Club is pleased to announce the promotion of Kai Lermen from Assistant General Manager/Clubhouse Manager to General Manager, and joining the team from Peninsula Chicago is Jan Verweij, who was a part of Quail s re-opening team in 2012 and will now fill the role of Resort Manager. Lermen and Verweij have both contributed to the success of Quail Lodge since its re-opening, and we couldn t be more excited about their promotions, says Maria Razumich-Zec, Regional Vice President of The Peninsula Hotels. Both team members are committed to upholding Quail Lodge s standard of providing excellent customer service and we re looking forward to their continued achievements. Prior to Quail Lodge, Lermen was a part of The Peninsula Hotels team, most recently working at The Peninsula Chicago, where he served as Director of Food and Beverage. Prior to The Peninsula Chicago, Lermen held the position of Executive Chef at The Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia, Palm ...
I spent the weekend of Nov. 15 bowhunting whitetails at our cabin in eastern Eau Claire County. Despite a sudden plunge to single digit temperatures and half a foot of snow we had some action, observing a few bucks traveling with dogged deliberation. The bucks we saw were so intent on their missions that grunts, bleats, even actual does feeding nearby could not sway them from their courses. You begin to wonder what objective they could possibly have when they are willing to ignore a healthy doe, as well as the clover shes eating. Success would elude us on that weekend. Our biggest surprise that weekend came not from deer, but birds; - bobwhite quail. After loading our gear into the cabin I began suiting up for the afternoon hunt. Glancing out the window to the bird feeder, I was shocked to see a flock - a covey actually - of bobwhites scratching out sunflower seeds from the snow beneath. Six bobwhite quail. In the Central Forest Region of Eau Claire County.. What makes this so unusual is that ...
Japanese quail are hardy birds that thrive in small cages and are inexpensive to keep. They are affected by common poultry diseases but are fairly disease resistant. Japanese quail mature in about 6 weeks and are usually in full egg production by 50 days of age. With proper care, hens should lay 200 eggs in their first year of lay. Life expectancy is only 2 to 2½ years.. This illustrated Primefact includes information on breeding Japanese quail, incubation and hatching of eggs, brooding and care of young birds, housing, nutritional requirements, husbandry, disease prevention and control, and commercial processing and marketing.. ...
By Matt Williams,Special contributor. 7:49 PM on Mar 2, 2019. A half-dozen hunting seasons have passed since wildlife researchers sniffed out a solid connection between parasites and the mysterious vanishing act of bobwhite quail that occurred across the rolling plains of West Texas in 2010.. The finding has since led to a number of promising breakthroughs, including the development of the first medicated feed for treating parasitic infections in wild quail.. Called QuailGuard, the granular feed is awaiting approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. For Ron Kendall, a Kent County cattle rancher, quail hunter and scientist who heads up the Wildlife Toxicology Lab at Texas Tech University, where QuailGuard was developed, approval of the medicated forage for commercial use cant happen a day too soon.. It takes a long time to bring something like this forward, Kendall said. But there is a solution on the way.. He was heavily involved in a long line of research studies that led to the ...
When I was in high school and quail were everywhere wed drive around on the few snow days we got in west Texas and kill quail with a 22. When you find a covey bushed up in the snow you can make a little noise and one will run out from the covey. Head shoot him and another will come out to see whats going on with the flopping. You can pop him and another will follow. As long as We didnt shoot into the bunched covey they wouldnt flush. It was easy to get a mess of bird driving around drinking cold beer. I miss the days of 50 bird blue quail coveys. Quail were always on the menu on a snow day ...
Habitat variables were correlated with scaled quail (Callipep/,a squamata) whistle counts on 133 (24-km) random transects in Texas. Whether or not a particular habitat variable was correlated with whistle counts appeared to depend upon abundance and distribution of other habitat types and structural features. If |= 1 requisite for quail survival and reproduction (food, water, cover, nest sites) was limited, habitat types and structural features were usually positively correlated with whistle counts (P | 0.10). Conversely, abundant habitat types which did not provide all of these requisites were usually negatively correlated with whistle counts (P| 0.10). Correlations indicated breeding scaled quail selected the more dense, shorter shrub habitats. Mesquite (Prosopsis spp.) habitats were especially important to scaled quail in the Trans-Pecos region.
Homes in Quail Valley were without power earlier this month for more than two days after a tornado struck Sun City and Quail Valley. There were no injuries, and no homes were reported damaged. The pictures below were extracted from video and reflect some of the damage. According to Sharon, a resident in Quail Valley, more than 75 power lines were destroyed. It picked up and threw a 300+ pound BBQ and across our back yard, she said, as well as the patio furniture. Damage from the tornado was visible from the I-215 freeway all the way to Quail Valley. Thanks to Michael Mojarro from for the pictures ...
1. Portobello mushroom slices sauteed in rosemary and olive oil, served over slices of toasted bread from yesterday/very early this morning and topped with some fresh watercress and a poached quail egg (I found them at the Asian market I went to for udon noodles and bok choy and black sesame seeds, and they were only $2.99, and I thought, Why not ...
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I work as a research associate studying avian reproduction. We are currently working on a model system to aid in preserving endangered birds by transferring gonadal stem cells (self-renewing cells that are located in the gonads and produce sperm or eggs) into chicken embryos. The cells that I inject, or transfer, are adult gonadal stem cells collected from male quails. I inject quail cells to develop the method, because it is easier to get quail testes than testes from exotic birds.. Let me give you a little background in the development of birds as it relates to our project. Their gonadal stem cells circulate throughout the bloodstream before they migrate to the gonad, where they mature and produce either sperm or eggs. Because we inject the adult male quail gonadal stem cells into early stage chicken embryos, they will also migrate to the gonadal ridge. When this rooster reaches maturity, he will produce both chicken sperm and quail sperm derived from the injected cells. The goal is to be able ...
Coturnix coturnix QN1 protein: involved in cell proliferation arrest and differentiation during the neuroretina development; amino acid sequence in first source
Prepare a bowl of ice water. Bring 2 litres of water to the boil in a pan. Carefully drop the quail eggs in and boil for 2 mins.. Remove the eggs from the water with a slotted spoon and place into the ice cold water. Once they are cold, carefully peel them and set them aside.. Mix the sausage meat in a bowl with the chopped thyme, and a pinch of salt and pepper.. Divide the sausage mixture into 6 equal quantities and press flat between your hands to form a thin sheet. Carefully wrap each quails egg in the mixture. Cover each scotch egg with the flour, egg and then panko breadcrumbs, then roll again in egg and breadcrumbs, lightly coating each time.. Heat the deep fat fryer to 175C and fry the scotch eggs for 3 mins. When they are done frying, place the scotch eggs on some sheets of kitchen towel and lightly pat to remove any excess grease.. For the penny buns, fry the garlic, shallots and mushroom scraps on a low-medium heat until soft-about 25 mins. Add the cream and truffle oil and boil ...
The biennial exceptional item slated for fiscal years 2014-2015 was funded by the state legislature and became effective Sept. 1. The initiative will support integrated approaches by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, collaborating with Texas A&M AgriLife Research, to marshal the resources of the A&M System to address quail decline.. John Sharp, Chancellor for Texas A&M University said, We appreciate the support of the state in funding potential solutions to this critical statewide issue. Based on our AgriLife Extension studies, every time a pickup and dog-trailer pull into a West Texas community, theyre worth about $8,500 to the states economy, with about 60 percent of those dollars going to local coffers.. According to a recent study by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, quail are ranked third behind deer and dove as the states most popular game species in an industry that exceeds $1.5 billion annually. AgriLife Extension studies show about 65 percent of Texas hunters come from ...
STAY. Quails Gate Winery believes you should always have something to look forward to. Thats why we plan winery events year-round so you can enjoy our wines, discover our dishes and meet our people whenever it suits you. From long table dinners in the vineyard to interactive wine seminars, there is something for everyone to discover and enjoy.. To view a list of Wine Club Exclusive Events, click here.. GROUP BOOKINGS │BUSES │LIMOUSINES. For groups over 8 guests, please book one of our tour or tasting offerings online prior to your visit.. Quails Gate is committed to providing our guests with a welcoming and educational experience in an exceptional setting. In order to provide the best experience possible for all guests, all buses/limos with guests arriving at Quails Gate require a reservation. Please note that in order to provide the best experience possible for all guests, we are unable to accommodate stags, stagettes, wedding ceremonies, receptions or photography onsite.. ...
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The 18-hole Quail Valley course at the Quail Valley Golf Club facility in Littlestown, Pennsylvania features 7,042 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72. 9 and it has a slope rating of 123 on Rye grass.
The avian leukemia sarcoma virus S13 transforms chicken and Japanese quail embryo fibroblasts and chicken erythroid cells in tissue culture. S13-induced erythroid transformation requires culture conditions suitable for the growth of normal erythroid precursors (H. Beug and M. J. Hayman (1984), Cell 36, 963-972). S13-transformed erythroid colonies contain a high percentage of cells that differentiate in absence of erythropoietin. S13 is defective in pol and env functions but can code for a complete set of gag proteins. Nonproducer cell clones transformed by S13 release a noninfectious viral particle containing gag but no functional env or pol proteins. They also synthesize a transformation-specific protein of 155,000 molecular weight. This protein reacts with antibody to viral envelope glycoproteins and appears to represent onc as well as env sequences. The 155,000-molecular weight env-linked protein does not cross react immunologically with an antiserum against the v-erb A and v-erb B gene ...
Bobwhite quail just cant seem to catch a break. After years of struggling to remain financially capable of keeping the organization afloat, Quail Unlimited (QU) has finally conceded the fight and closed their doors.
Get in touch with Roger Applegate who is TWRAs quail coordinator. He can be reached at [email protected] Please tell him John Doty at NBCI referred you. He will hook you up with the local private lands biologist in that area. (We just had another person in the Dickson area contact us regarding the same interest and the biologist is going to visit their property to possibly make recommendations. Perhaps he could visit yours on the same trip. Also here are links to a couple of NBCIs digital publications that may give you some idea whats involved. Just copy each link and paste it in your browser. Good luck ...
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Although no archaeological evidence of Patwin presence has yet been found at Quail Ridge, it is very likely that the Patwin did use this area. Approximately 150 prehistoric villages were found in nearby Berryessa Valley during an archaeological survey in 1948. In 1955 Professor A. Treganza of UC Berkeley and students from Sacramento Junior College excavated a number of these sites near the contemporary town of Monticello before the valley was to be flooded to create Berryessa Reservoir11.. Located just above Putah Creek and the former Patwin town of Topaidihi (or Topai, Topaidi), the rich resources of Quail Ridge, particularly acorn-producing oaks, would have provided food and fiber to the hunter-gatherer Patwin. Acorns are highly nutritious, relatively easy to prepare, and have good flavor3; moreover, the yield per acre is very high (up to 2722 kg/acre (6000 lbs/acre)), with a mature oak tree producing 227-454 kg (500-1000 lbs) annually13. Tribelets would lay claim by hanging a visible marker ...
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Mckay Manor Musers El Capitan Quail Blanket Pattern. Quail are just so darn cute with that little feather on top of their head bobbing along as they walk by. Theyll make your baby smile too. Made from soft and cuddly fabrics. Finished size about 29 x 29 inch. Includes instructions, diagrams, and paper applique patterns.
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Welcome, readers, to Quails Nest Quiltworks first blog entry. Denise will do most of the posting and I (Tom) will show up now and then. Just a quick summary of how we arrived at our recent decision to start Quails Nest Quiltworks. In early October, Denise approached me about the possibility of starting a long-arm quilting business. I quizzed her about it and we decided to treat the idea seriously. About a week or so later we attended the MQX (Modern Quilt Expo) in Portland and tried out several long-arm quilting machines. We both had fun doodling a few stitches and picking the minds of experts. ...
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  • The species is not as widely introduced as the related California quail. (
  • This is especially important when it comes to quail being raised for breeding and laying eggs. (
  • Deviling quail eggs is almost as easy as chicken eggs, and the result is infinitely cuter! (
  • Quail eggs are sold in many specialty and Asian groceries, and can be ordered online at . (
  • This model of a Quail Eggs is a photo-realistic model that will bring an expert level of realism to any of your design projects. (
  • The tiny, speckled eggs of Japanese quail should be easy targets for hungry predators. (
  • But these quail have a survival advantage - each goes out of her way, research suggests, to choose a nesting location that best matches the particular color pattern of her eggs. (
  • Researchers wanted to know if Japanese quail were aware of the colors and patterns on their eggs. (
  • But keeping those eggs safe until they hatch can be a challenge, especially if you're a Japanese quail - a small ground-nesting bird that counts foxes among its predators. (
  • And was it possible the quail were aware of the colors and patterns of their eggs, and actually choosing where to lay them based on how well they would blend in with their surroundings? (
  • Most of the time, Lovell says, the quail picked the sand that looked most like their eggs. (
  • But quail with eggs that were darkly flecked - more black or brown spots - chose darker sand that tended to match the spots, not the background, he says. (
  • Most of the time, researchers say, the quail chose to lay their eggs in the color of sand that best hid the color pattern of their eggs. (
  • Quail eggs are not much larger than a quarter. (
  • Quail eggs, for instance, are much softer than hen eggs, so you have to be especially careful when handling and storing them. (
  • Try to get some small-egg cartons if your local grocery store carries them, as quail eggs are much smaller in size than normal eggs and will thus be prone to shifting when stored in a larger carton. (
  • Because of how soft quail eggs are, you must be extra careful to make sure they are not dented or cracked when in storage. (
  • Hatching Quail Eggs (California Quail eggs after a hatch) Hatching Quail can be a fun and educational. (
  • Designed for quail and other small eggs. (
  • I am looking for button quail eggs, please pm or email kim if you got some. (
  • i am looking for this quail eggs for my friend. (
  • They are made of quail eggs and ears are made with butterfly shape cookie cutter. (
  • The Gambel's quail ( Callipepla gambelii ) is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. (
  • Other than the bobwhite, North American quail include two important game birds introduced widely elsewhere: the California, or valley, quail ( Callipepla californica ) and Gambel's, or desert, quail ( Lophortyx gambelii ). (
  • Ranging farther east in North America is the scaled, or blue, quail ( Callipepla squamata ). (
  • The wood quails are birds in the genus Odontophorus of the New World quail family, which are residents in forests in the Americas . (
  • The best chance of seeing wood quail is at dawn or dusk, when they may feed at the side of a road or on a forest track in family groups up to 12 birds. (
  • Wood quail are 22-30 cm long, dumpy, short-tailed, stout-billed partridge-like birds with a bushy crest. (
  • Mountain quail are secretive birds that inhabit a diverse range of habitats, but typically occupy dense brushy slopes in foothills and mixed conifer forests. (
  • Mountain quail coveys are generally small, consisting of 10 or fewer birds. (
  • Quail , any of roughly 130 species of small short-tailed game birds classified in the families Phasianidae and Odontophoridae (order Galliformes ), resembling partridges but generally smaller and less robust . (
  • Old World quail are smallish plain birds, shorter and stockier than their New World counterparts. (
  • Quail is a collective name for several genera of mid-sized birds generally placed in the order Galliformes. (
  • Nothing can compare with the beauty of a covey of bobwhite quail flushing on a morning when the air has chilled enough to see both your own and the birds' breath. (
  • When I asked my grandfather and some of his friends what the quail population was when they were young, they replied, "There used to be birds all over the place," and, "Used to be we didn't really need dogs. (
  • When purchasing quail from the store, choose birds that appear relatively plump since they'll have a better ratio of meat to bone. (
  • One species of the game birds, the northern bobwhite quail, can be taken as representative of the whole group. (
  • The neighborhood quail are happy that Kevin put out extra birdseed at ground level instead of giving it all to the smaller birds in the hanging feeder. (
  • The plan is to purchase roughly 100 quail in late July or early August, raise the birds, then pick out specific town preserve areas as testing grounds for the quail project. (
  • Japanese quail ( Coturnix coturnix japonica ), also known as the Asian Migratory Quail, are gallinaceous birds from the family Phasianidae, until 1960s thought to be a subspecies of European migratory quail ( Coturnix coturnix coturnix ), but now considered to be a separate species, designated as Coturnix japonica . (
  • As with most, if not all, temperate zone birds the reproductive system of Japanese quail is under the control of photoperiod: long photoperiods (above about 12.5 hrs) stimulate the development and maturation of the gonads. (
  • Then they just let the quail do their thing for seven days and kept track of where the birds nested. (
  • Place quail on the grill and cook for 5 to 6 minutes on each side or until golden brown and cook through (like most small birds, you do NOT want to overcook). (
  • Quail Diseases Quail are generally quite hardy little birds and don't get sick often if kept properly. (
  • Montezuma quail ( Cyrtonyx montezumae ) are one of the least understood upland game birds in North America. (
  • The expression "quails from the sea," ( Numbers 11:31 ) must not be restricted to denote that the birds came from the sea, as their starting-point, but it must be taken to show the direction from which they were coming. (
  • Quail are making a comeback, and conservationists will be flocking to the Missouri Bobwhite Quail Summit to help bring back these native birds. (
  • Quail is super-lean and is best served medium-rare, so these little birds only took a few minutes per side over a scorching fire. (
  • However, quail are still the most common of the introduced upland game birds and are found in both islands. (
  • Gambel's quail can be commonly confused with California quail due to similar plumage. (
  • They can usually be distinguished by range, but when this does not suffice, California quail have a more scaly appearance and the black patch on the lower breast of the male Gambel's quail is absent in the California quail. (
  • Current distribution of mountain quail is restricted to western North America from southern British Columbia to Baja Mexico and includes the states of Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and California. (
  • California Quail live in coveys at most seasons, and are often seen strutting across clearings, nodding their heads at each step. (
  • The California quail is a beautiful creature. (
  • Jose Cardero, an artist on that expedition, painted a lifelike rendition of the California quail, along with paintings of the California thrasher, the northern flicker, the red-winged blackbird, and many other species of plants and animals, during that expedition's stay in Monterey and other parts of the California coast. (
  • The California quail has flourished in the far Western U.S. and Baja California for the last 200 years, and it's a pleasure to be able to see him every day in my yard. (
  • I would say that the California Quail is the most skittish bird I have ever seen. (
  • Indeed, more often than not, the slightest advertisement of your presence will cause the California quail to disappear from your yard for hours. (
  • There was one time, however, when I had an extremely close-up view of the California quail. (
  • Upon examining the area just outside the sliding glass door, I discovered a male California quail lying motionless, on his side. (
  • Despite its name, the California quail is not quite restricted to that state, breeding from extreme southern British Columbia south through Baja California and into Nevada and parts of Idaho and Utah. (
  • Attempts to release Japanese quail in North America for hunting were not successful. (
  • Of course, they were thinking of the bobwhite quail as a bird hunter would. (
  • The bobwhite quail, Colinus virginianus , is in the same family as other ground-dwelling fowl such as the pheasant and the grouse. (
  • A typical bobwhite quail is approximately six inches tall and weighs only about six ounces. (
  • Some theorize that if this trend is not checked, the bobwhite quail will pass into extinction by the year 2005. (
  • I first became interested in quail when I attended the Bobwhite Brigade, a five-day wildlife leadership camp. (
  • I found that trailing dogs with my grandfather, who has a passion for hunting, provided memorable opportunities to observe the bobwhite quail. (
  • I know that the future of the bobwhite quail rests in the hands of landowners and people like my family and me. (
  • Bobwhite quail populations have declined substantially in Mississippi during the last 50 years. (
  • The Gambel's quail is named in honor of William Gambel , a 19th-century naturalist and explorer of the Southwestern United States . (
  • Gambel's quail have bluish-gray plumage on much of their bodies, and males have copper feathers on the top of their heads, black faces, and white stripes above their eyes. (
  • Gambel's quail primarily move about by walking and can move surprisingly fast through brush and undergrowth. (
  • In the spring, Gambel's quail pair off for mating and become very aggressive toward other pairs. (
  • Gambel's quail are monogamous and rarely breed in colonies. (
  • Wikimedia Commons has media related to Gambel's Quail . (
  • Gambel's Quail is often abundant near desert streams and waterholes, with coveys walking to the water in the morning and evening, giving a variety of clucking and crowing notes. (
  • At night, coveys of Gambel's Quail roost in bushes or low trees. (
  • It is separated from the similar Gambel's quail by its speckled belly. (
  • The 95 species of Old World quail are classified in Phasianidae in either of two subfamilies, Phasianinae or Perdicinae. (
  • New World quail-at least 32 species whose members more nearly resemble Old World partridges-constitute the family Odontophoridae. (
  • New World quail have stronger bills than do the Old World forms, and none has leg spurs. (
  • The mountain, or plumed, quail ( Oreortyx pictus ), gray and reddish with a long straight plume, is perhaps the largest New World quail, weighing as much as 0.5 kg (about 1 pound). (
  • Old World quail are placed in the family Phasianidae, and New World quail are placed in the family Odontophoridae. (
  • Listing action: The mountain quail was petitioned for listing in 2000. (
  • The mountain quail may be found in every Oregon county. (
  • During the mid-20th century, the distribution and abundance of mountain quail east of the Cascade range in Oregon showed significant declines. (
  • Mountain quail west of the Cascades remain abundant and are legally hunted. (
  • Water can be a serious limiting factor for mountain quail in eastern Oregon, as these populations tend to focus around riparian areas. (
  • Mountain quail are the largest of six North American quail, averaging nine ounces in weight. (
  • Mountain quail drink a lot of water so a year-round water source is essential. (
  • Mountain quail are known for their seasonal movements between breeding and wintering areas. (
  • Mountain quail are monogamous, and both parents assist in incubation and raising of the young. (
  • Small covey size coupled with the secretive nature of mountain quail, their reluctance to stray far from dense cover, and the often remote areas they inhabit, make it difficult for biologists to estimate their abundance. (
  • Accipiters, particularly Cooper's hawk, sharp-shinned hawk, and the northern goshawk are major predators of adult and young mountain quail. (
  • Mountain quail mortality has also been documented during extreme winter weather when snow accumulation is too deep or persists for too long. (
  • The success of the mountain quail is tied to sufficient habitat, which expands in cooler and more arid climate. (
  • Human-caused changes in plant composition have impacted the mountain quail as much as anything. (
  • In March, 2000, conservation groups filed a petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeking endangered species status for the northeastern populations of mountain quail. (
  • Going into more and more detail, here is a February 11, 2005 post about the current knowledge about the circadian organization in my favourite animal - the Japanese quail. (
  • Very fast maturation, prolific reproduction, and ease of husbandry, made the Japanese quail a popular laboratory animal in the fields of developmental, neuroendocrine and behavioral biology. (
  • The circadian system of Japanese quail is composed of several components including the pineal, the eyes and sites in the hypothalamus. (
  • In contrast to some other avian species, the pineal organ is not endogenously rhythmic in Japanese quail but pineal rhythmicity in constant conditions is driven by neural inputs from the central pacemakers. (
  • The Japanese quail are therefore unique among the vertebrates examined to date insofar as the eyes are essential for maintaining rhythmicity. (
  • It is a japanese quail. (
  • Researchers at the University of Rennes in France built two comfy cube-shaped robotic mother hens, and introduced them to 36-hour-old Japanese quail chicks. (
  • Small quail sometimes classified as Excalfactoria , rather than Coturnix , include the blue quail ( C. adamsoni ), only 13 cm (5 inches) long, of eastern Africa . (
  • Schroeder's Quail Pen (and Brooder) I set off on my quest to create a facility to house coturnix quail without ever having seen a coturnix. (
  • How to raise a tame Coturnix Quail in 10 steps! (
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  • At the Fairfield Inn & Suites Oklahoma City Quail Springs/South Edmond, you're our #1 priority. (
  • The quail typically breed at high elevations during spring and summer and avoid snow cover by migrating to lower elevations in groups called coveys. (
  • Unlike pheasants, quail are gregarious and live together in coveys of between 10 and 100 with exceptional coveys of up to 400 Californian Quail being reported. (
  • Johnsgard, "The American Wood Quails Odontophorus " World Pheasant Association Journal 4 (1979), pp. 93-99. (
  • Pheasant can be substituted for the quail. (
  • In much of the North Island quail habitats overlap those of the pheasant. (
  • The Quail Hollow Championship henceforth will be known as the Wells Fargo Championship. (
  • While the bank continues to pay about $7 million a year to sponsor the Charlotte event on the U.S. PGA Tour, the company's name remains off the tournament for the second year in a row, and its logo is almost non-existent at the Quail Hollow Club. (
  • My grandmother cooked very easy and delicious recipe for the guys during quail season. (
  • I was happy to find a simple recipe to get the quail to the oven fast after my husband cleaned them. (
  • This recipe is for a future book project, but to experiment with something just as interesting and delicious, try this recipe for Chinese-inspired Grilled Quail with Goji Berries and Pine Nuts from 2012 Best New Chef Corey Lee of Benu in San Francisco. (
  • Chicken feed can make a decent substitute for meat quail. (
  • You don't need to marinate or brine the quail, but since the meat is lean and fairly dry, doing so can reduce the risk of drying the meat out during the cooking process. (
  • This page is all about the nutrition of Quail, meat only, raw. (
  • Put some meat mixture inside each quail. (
  • Smillie marinates quail in an herbaceous mixture of parsley, oregano, kaffir lime leaves, garlic, chiles, orange juice and toasted spices, which lends tons of flavor to the meat and provides the basis for a perfectly crispy crust. (
  • Quail prefer open habitat with bushy undergrowth to provide them with cover from predators. (
  • Despite the loss of habitat and declining quail populations, local populations can be increased with planned habitat management at proper scales. (
  • Today, habitat management practices that produce the proper cover resources required by quail are essential to increase local populations. (
  • Information on managing habitat for quail can be found under the Habitat and Population Management section below. (
  • Technical assistance is also available for managing land for quail habitat. (
  • Follow MDC's quail guys, who share periodic tips and insights that will help you create high-quality habitat in every season. (
  • This not only makes the water more attractive to the quail, but it also gives quail chicks an escape route in case they fall in. (
  • Insects are an important food for quail chicks and nesting hens. (
  • During the season, and long after, our menu ranges from dove to ducks, and most recently quail . (
  • The majority of species, including the relatively widespread spotted wood quail have never had their nests described. (
  • All wood quail species have been adversely affected by hunting and, in particular, rampant deforestation . (
  • The species of buttonquail are named for their superficial resemblance to quail, and form the family Turnicidae in the order Charadriiformes. (
  • It monitors the quail population to assess what changes occur and how they influence the species' population dynamics. (
  • Quail, are divided into Old World and New World groups, with species living across North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia. (
  • In 2007, 40 million quail were produced in the U.S. The collective noun for a group of quail is a flock, covey, or bevy. (
  • The quail lives in a covey, and by the soft, gurgling or popping sound that I hear from under the lemon tree, I gather that this is his jumping off point for approaching my side yard, where the birdseed is. (
  • Note that quails can be purchased bone-in, semi-boneless, or fully boneless. (
  • Pikes Peak Pheasants / Quail Forever wants to invite all Youth ages 8 - 16 years of age (Young Ladies and Gentlemen) to come enjoy a great day in the outdoors. (
  • To check out over 150 new photos from the Quail, and a few from Concorso Italiano check out our Flickr feed here, and keep an eye on our Pebble Beach page for the latest from Monterey. (
  • Abundant quail populations were once a byproduct of agriculture. (
  • The petitioners felt that the quail in these areas constituted a distinct population segment (DPS), meaning they had become isolated from other populations. (
  • The Texas Quail Index (TQI) is a five-year study that measures certain factors that are known to affect quail populations. (
  • Other provinces followed and populations expanded so rapidly that, in 1890, thousands of Californian quail were canned or frozen and exported from Nelson to London. (
  • The tree quail, or long-tailed partridge ( Dendrortyx macroura ), of Mexico, is a 33-cm (13-inch) bird of almost grouselike proportions. (
  • If you can't find high-quality quail feed, try another type of game bird feed. (
  • In fact, I'll take quail over any game bird. (
  • Place a ball in the center of each quail and bring the sides of the bird together to overlap. (
  • The lack of ecological studies on Montezuma quail may be attributed to the inability of researchers to capture the secretive bird. (
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  • Remove quail from the marinade, shake off excess, and place cut-sides up on a broiler pan. (
  • Remove the quail from the marinade and season both sides with salt and pepper. (
  • Cook quail by roasting it in the oven, grilling it, or sauteeing it on the stovetop. (
  • At his restaurant, Smillie serves the quail with puffed cracked farro and roasted kumquats, but for testing purposes, we tasted it alongside shaved fennel and yogurt. (
  • Quail eat mainly seeds and berries but also take leaves , roots , and some insects . (
  • Quail don't go in to roost at night like chickens and will only use the shelter when the weather warrants it. (
  • You can also try turkey feed, which is usually higher in protein than chicken feed, making it more suitable for quail. (
  • Have you ever wanted a quail that was as friendly as a chicken? (
  • Try this quail dish with a simple, savory chestnut puree. (
  • This week in the F&W Test Kitchen, we seized a pre-weekend opportunity to use a grill for this terrific quail dish from Justin Smillie of Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria in New York City. (
  • Juicy, tender quail your whole family will enjoy. (
  • Uncover and cook, basting two or three times, for 30 to 40 minutes longer, or until the quail is very tender and browned. (
  • Grayish, with scaly markings and a white-tipped crest, it is the fastest quail afoot, with running speeds measured at 24 km (15 miles) per hour. (
  • Marinate or brine the quail, if desired. (
  • Preheat the grill to medium-high heat (350-400 degrees) Remove quail from the refrigerator and marinate at room temperature for 20 minutes. (
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  • Spoon the sour cream over the quails, allow the sour cream to melt before serving. (
  • Spoon the sauce over the quail and serve immediately. (
  • Spoon the sauce over the quail. (
  • Unlike other fowl, quail cannot eat low-quality feed without sacrificing quality. (
  • My reasoning was that before humans were present, weather was the only factor that affected quail abundance. (
  • Researchers attempting to capture Montezuma quail should employ a variety of capture techniques and then bolster sample sizes using night-netting. (
  • What do you call it when you get 175 landowners, biologists and quail researchers together? (
  • Attempt to view information about Quail on the US Census Website . (
  • Add halved quails and toss to evenly coat. (
  • Add the quail to the bowl and toss to coat thoroughly. (