“The people asked, and He sent them quail ee”
— Psalm 105:40
It’s 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 Preble’s meadow jumping mouse, all have their champions. Who will stand up for the humble quail?
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