JACKSON, Tenn. -(Ammoland.com)- Quail Forever volunteers in west Tennessee have increased the organization’s influence on wildlife habitat conservation and youth education with the formation a new chapter in Madison County.
Officially known as the Chickasaw Chapter of Quail Forever, the local committee is passionate about restoring quail habitat and recruiting the next generation of upland hunters in its region.
“West Tennessee is primed to restore its status as a upland destination thanks to a rich hunting history and a strong desire to reestablish bobwhite quail populations,” stated Dave Loschinskey, the newly elected president of the Chickasaw Chapter of Quail Forever. “The Chickasaw Chapter of Quail Forever was started to educate landowners, provide funding and manpower for habitat work, and to encourage the passionate pursuit of conservation and hunting in the next generation of west Tennesseans.”
Formation of the Chickasaw Chapter of Quail Forever comes at a crucial time for quail conservation efforts in Tennessee, and follows the recent release of the Tennessee Northern Bobwhite Quail Restoration Plan.
Likewise, the growth of Quail Forever is matching the mounting concern for bobwhite quail numbers in the state. Tennessee now has 11 Quail Forever chapters …Read the Rest