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Arizona's Quail Season

Arizona's Quail Season Flying By

 

February 1, 2021

Kevin Bondelli

Gambel's Quail

Arizona Game And Fish News

There's still time for Arizona hunters to take aim at some of the best wing-shooting opportunities the state has to offer - but the clock is ticking.

Circle Sunday, Feb. 7, on the calendar. That's when the season ends for the state's three main species - Gambel's, scaled and Mearns'. The general bag limit is 15 quail per day in the aggregate, of which no more than eight may be Mearns' quail. The general possession limit is 45 quail in the aggregate, of which no more than 15 Gambel's, scaled or California quail in the aggregate may be taken in any one day. The 45-quail possession limit may include 24 Mearns' quail, of which no more than eight may be taken in any one day.

As a reminder, all hunters 10 and older must possess a valid Arizona hunting or combination license. Those 18 and older also must possess an Arizona Migratory Bird Stamp ($5) to hunt Dove or waterfowl. Also, hunters 16 and older must possess a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp to hunt waterfowl. Licenses and state migratory bird stamps can be purchased on the department's website at https://www.azgfd.com/License/.

Alan Schmierer

Scaled Quail

All hunters play an important role in conservation. Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program (WSFR) funds consist of excise taxes collected on the sale of hunting and fishing equipment (including 11 percent on ammunition), the benefit of which comes right back to Arizona for habitat improvements, shooting ranges, Boating access and more.

For more information about hunting in Arizona, visit https://www.azgfd.com/Hunting/.

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The Arizona Game and Fish Department conserves and protects Arizona's 800+ Wildlife species but receives NO Arizona general fund tax dollars. Contribute to our on-the-ground conservation efforts at http://www.AzWildlifeHero.com.

 

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