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Arizona Quail Hunting Guides and Outfitters

Arizona Quail Hunting Guides and OutfittersArizona quail hunting guides and outfitters are listed below that should be able to help you in the planning of your next trip or guided hunt. Arizona has much to offer a quail hunter with over 113,000 square miles of land, lower mountainous areas, high plateaus in the north, and the desert plains of the southwest. There are many different types of landscapes for the quail to live in Arizona and many different challenges for a quail hunter. A good game bird hunting guide or outfitter should greatly enhance your chances at having a great quail hunting trip. Take your time and contact each company listed to make sure that the services that they offer will fit your needs as a sportsman. Hunting-Trips-R-Us suggest that you also contact some of the previous clients of these companies to make sure what kind of track record they have when on quail hunts.

Quail Hunting Guides and Outfitters in Arizona

Here are some quail hunting guides and outfitters we have listed for Arizona.
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Arizona Guided Hunts

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Copper Creek Guides & Outfitters

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Rincon Outfitters

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Supply Stores that Offer Equipment for Hunts

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Taxidermy Services for Mounting Your Trophy

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Arizona Hunting Lodge or Hotel Accommodations

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Arizona Quail

Arizona Quail: The quail of Arizona is a small foul-like game bird found in temperate and tropical regions throughout both hemispheres, and is found in Arizona in most of the 113,000 square miles of land within its boarders. Although this game bird is capable of swift flights, quail live and nest primarily on the ground, where their softly colored plumage blends protectively. Because of this fine natural camouflage, quails are more often heard than see. This is where a good quail hunting guide or outfitter in Arizona can come in handy while on a trip or guided hunt. Quail, sounds include the well-known challenge note of the male, the four-syllable answering whistle of the female, and the loud gathering call used to reassemble a scattered flock. Quails eat grain, seed, and insects. They lay from 12 to 15 eggs per clutch and 2 or 3 broods may be raised in a season. Young quails leave the nest almost as soon as they are hatched but usually remain together in a family group, or covey. Quails roost in a close circle, bills facing out and tails pointing in. When detected by an enemy {including quail hunters}, each bird darts forward and thus the flock scatters in every direction. The quail is extremely popular in Arizona and there are multiple quail hunting guides and outfitters that are more then willing to help you plan out your next trip or guided hunt.

The true or old World quail, a migratory bird, can be found in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. The European quail, Coturnix coturnix, is the best-known species. It is 7 inches {18 cm} long, and its reddish-brown plumage is black and buff-streaked and pales to white at the throat. The colors of this species are also just as affective in hiding it from enemies that are hunting for it.

The American quail, commonly called a partridge throughout the southern states, is slightly larger than the Old World quail and is non-migratory. The only eastern species is the bobwhite, Colinus virginianus. In the West the most familiar species is the California quail, Lophortyx californicus. Flocks of these birds live in semi domestication in city parts. Their plumage is grayish, with black and white markings on the face and throat and a short black forward curving plume on the crown. Hunting-Trips-R-Us hopes this information is of help to all our visitors and we would love to hear how it helped in the planning of your quail hunt.

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The quail is classified in the order Galliformes, family Phasianidae, which also includes partridges, peacocks, and pheasants, and subfamilies Odontophorinae {American quails} and Phasianidae {Old World quails}.

Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

Hunting-Trips-R-Us has listed these quail hunting guides and outfitters in Arizona to help you in the planning of your next trip or guided hunt. Take your time by contacting each company to see what services and packages they provide. Each company will be in unique locations and be able to offer different services that may or may not be offered by other companies.

The website of each quail hunting guide or outfitter should cover most of what they do when a client has a planned trip with them. Some will offer lodging or cabins with supplies while others will only offer the most basic service for quail hunts.

The hunting outfitters or guides can also help with their knowledge on the state and what else it can offer a quail hunter. This beautiful state has much to see and a well planned quail hunting trip can include some of the most breathtaking scenery and views in the country. Hunting-Trips-R-Us wants your next hunt to be on to remember and we can only hope that we have helped in some small way. Have a great hunting trip.