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Albany Area Quail Management Project

Auburn University's involvement in quail research in southwest Georgia began in 1992 on Pineland Plantation. This study of limiting factors on the Pineland quail population was designed to investigate certain aspects of the life history and hunting behavior on an intensively managed plantation.

This project stimulated interest in the local plantation community and was expanded in both size and scope in August of 1993 when additional work began on Nilo Plantation and adopted the name "Albany Area Quail Management Project".

  • Features - Very practical and informative newsletter published twice yearly and mailed to all plantation owners/managers, hunters, and non-hunters containing techniques applicable to quail management and hunting.
  • Benefits - Studies are concentrated in the Albany, Georgia plantation community. However, our information will be applicable anywhere land is intensively managed for quail in the southeast and anywhere quail exist in the United States.


Project Personnel
  • Dr. Lee Stribling - Project Co-Leader, Associate Professor-Auburn University Wildlife Department, Extension Wildlife Scientist, Mosley Environmental Professor, game management expert.
  • Dr. Dan Speake - Project Co-Leader, retired Professor-Auburn University Wildlife Department, US Fish & Wildlife Service Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, quail and turkey expert.
  • Mr. Clay Sisson - Project Coordinator, BS in Wildlife-University of Georgia, MS in Wildlife-Auburn University. Game Bird Research Director Tall Timbers prior to coming to AAQMP, quail and turkey expert.


Albany Area Quail Management Project is funded solely through the generosity of individual contributions. They need your financial support to continue this project that is so beneficial to quail management and hunting.

Donations to the project are tax deductible (AAQMP is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization) and can be made through the Auburn University Foundation, whose federal tax # is 63-6022422. Contributions may be sent to

Albany Area Quail Management Project
Dept. of Zoology and Wildlife Science
331 Finchess Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849

To find out more about the work being done at Pineland and Nilo, contact Lee Stribling at (334) 844-9247 or Clay Sisson at (912) 734-3039.


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