The Texas A&M AgriLife Research Service will present Callahan/Shackelford Wildlife Lunch and Learn Series on May 21 and May 28. The free online event will focus on managing native pastures for dove and quail.
“This is a good opportunity for people to spend their lunch hour with us virtually,” said Kloey Painter, AgriLife Extension agent for Shackelford County. “We’ll be discussing how landowners can attract and provide an appropriate habitat for these birds.”
Dates, topics and speakers are:
May 21, Managing Native Pastures for Quail – Annaliese Scoggin, Texas Parks and Wildlife biologist, Abilene.
May 28, Managing Native Pastures for Dove – Maureen Frank, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension wildlife specialist, Uvalde.
“While we’re still social distancing, this lunch-and-learn series allows us to share information from our AgriLife experts with people all across Texas,” said Karl Winge, AgriLife Extension agent for Callahan County. “We hope anyone with an interest in these birds will spend an hour with us on those days.”