Get your tickets for the 2017 Annual Dinner & Auction today!
August 26, 2017
Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds
The mission statement of Quail Coalition is “to sustain and restore huntable wild quail populations, to encourage and educate interested youth, and to celebrate our quail hunting heritage in this region”. Quail Coalition works toward this mission by minimizing overhead, and targeting approximately $1 million annually towards quail research and conservation. The Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch, Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, The Quail-Tech Alliance, and The Wildlife Habitat Federation count themselves among the beneficiary groups working to solve the puzzling decline of the bobwhite quail in our region.
One of the projects the South Texas Chapter is excited to offer to its members is the Habitat Consultation Program. Any member of the South Texas Chapter of Quail Coalition is eligible to enroll in this program. The chapter will provide south Texas landowners with the opportunity to meet with an expert consultant who will provide recommendations on how to better manage for quail. The first consultation is free to the member. To enroll, please click the link below and submit the consultation form.
STQC Annual Banquet
The Annual Banquet of the South Texas Chapter of Quail Coalition is one of the best events in South Texas! Held in Kingsville every year, our Annual Banquet raises money which allows us to continue our mission to sustain and restore hunt-able wild quail populations, to encourage and educate interested youth and to celebrate our quail hunting heritage in this region. The 2017 Annual Banquet is scheduled for Saturday, August 26, 2017 at Richard M. Borchard Fairgrounds in Robstown.