[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] We hunt Gambel's quail out here.
What does GAQU stand for?
GAQU stands for Gambel's Quail (bird species Callipepla gambelii)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We started out northwest of Tucson, and when the first covey of Gambel's quail went up I shot more than three times with my 20-gauge Franchi autoloader.
This hefty, hardback volume addresses four quail species that inhabit the state of Texas; Gambel's Quail (Callipepla gambelii), Montezuma or Mearns' Quail (Cytonyx montezumae), Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus), and Scaled Quail (Callipepla squamata).
Outlook: Gambel's quail are the mainstay of Arizona, populating the southwestern half of the state.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A decade later in Arizona, I stumbled across an area in the desert with an unusually large population of Gambel's quail.
Gang-brooding has been observed in other species of quail, including California Quail (Callipepla californica) (Lott and Mastrup 1999) and Gambel's Quail (C.
The high desert regions of the Mojave Desert are holding good numbers of valley quail, a fair population of Gambel's quail and, even though most of the chukar have split off into smaller coveys, there are still birds to be shot for those willing to walk along some of the rugged higher mountains between Victorville and Barstow.
Gambel's quail and Montezuma quail are best in the southwestern part of the state.