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Dr. Dale on Quail: Clay Sisson: Quail Stalwart in the Southeast

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This month’s guest is Mr. Clay Sisson from Albany, GA. Clay’s name is often quoted in quail management circles via his work with the Albany Quail Project and more recently with Tall Timbers Research Station. I first met Clay at a Quail Unlimited convention in Houston way back in 1989, and have grown to appreciate his contributions to practical, meaningful management strategies for quail-folk. Since that time I’ve had the opportunity to hunt quail with Clay in west Texas and have found we seem to have been “cut from the same cloth.”

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Dr. Dale on Quail: Clay Sisson: Quail Stalwart in the Southeast

This month’s guest is Mr. Clay Sisson from Albany, GA. Clay’s name is often quoted in quail management circles via his work with the Albany Quail Project and more recently with Tall Timbers Research Station. I first met Clay at a Quail Unlimited convention in Houston way back in 1989, and have grown to appreciate his contributions to practical, meaningful management strategies for quail-folk. Since that time I’ve had the opportunity to hunt quail with Clay in west Texas and have found we seem to have been “cut from the same cloth.”

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