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Sep

21

2012

North Texas Quail Symposium

When: Friday, September 21, 2012, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Where: Denton, Texas
Hosted By: The University of North Texas Quail Program; UNT Quail
Who: This event is open to public, including all quail aficionados and friends of Fred Guthery


Register now for the North Texas Quail Symposium - September 21, 2012!

The North Texas Quail Symposium will include engaging talks from many of the nation’s top quail scientists and quail enthusiasts.  Speakers will discuss exciting topics ranging from the influential nature of quail hunting to the philosophy and science of quail management.   This extraordinary event will honor Dr. Fred Guthery, Bollenbach Chair at Oklahoma State University, for his remarkable contributions to “Quailology” during his storied career.  All talks will be summaries of chapters of a unified book to be published in the spring of 2013.

Speakers will include: Dr. Lenny Brennan, Dr. Tom Daily, Dr. Brad Dabbert, Dr. Steve DeMaso, Mr. Henry Chappell, Dr. Fred Guthery, Dr. Fidel Hernandez, Dr. Bill Kuvlesky, Dr. Jeff Lusk, Dr. Markus Peterson, Dr. Dale Rollins, Dr. Kelly Reyna, Dr. Joey Sands, Dr. Nova Silvy, and Mr. Rick Snipes.

Light breakfast refreshments will be served at 8:00 am, with introductory comments by the President of the University of North Texas beginning at 9:00 am.  Lunch will be provided.

The symposium will be held at the UNT Gateway Center Ballroom, 801 North Texas Blvd, Denton, Texas 76203.

 

Payment/Registration: Online and advanced registration is now closed.  Please register at the door of the event. Registration is $35 and includes all talks, a light breakfast, and a catered lunch.

 

Accommodations: Rooms are blocked under UNT Quail at the following contemporary locations:

Courtyard Denton ($89)    Best Western Premiere ($79)

 

Information: More information can be found on the UNT Quail webpage: www.quail.unt.edu  or by contacting Dr. Kelly Reyna by phone: 940-565-4287 or e-mail: kelly.reyna@unt.edu.



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