The National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) is the unified effort of 25 state fish and wildlife agencies and various conservation organizations—all under the umbrella of the National Bobwhite Technical Committee—to restore wild bobwhite populations to levels comparable to 1980.
The first such effort was a paper-based plan put together in 2002 by the Southeastern Quail Study Group under the umbrella of Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. That plan, termed the Northern Bobwhite Conservation Initiative, attracted considerable attention from other states in the bobwhite range and across the country.
The plan was revised and expanded to include the 25 states in the bobwhite’s core range, and the Southeastern Quail Study Group became the National Bobwhite Technical Committee
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