Quail Forever Increases Presence in Northern Oklahoma with New Chapter Start

Chapter to elevate quail conservation efforts in Enid area, next meeting on May 29

Enid, Okla. – May 10, 2018 – Quail hunters in Oklahoma have added another chapter of Quail Forever in the state’s northern region. Officially known as the Plainsmen Chapter of Quail Forever, the new committee is building its presence in the Enid, Okla. area with hopes of increasing bobwhite quail numbers through local habitat improvements.

“We are excited to announce the start of our new Plainsmen Quail Forever chapter in Enid,” said chapter president Chris Lee. “The primary objective of our chapter is the conservation and support of the bobwhite quail in Oklahoma, particularly in the northwestern quadrant of the state. We have received a strong community response in just the few weeks our chapter has been organized. In addition to conservation efforts and habitat projects, our chapter seeks to provide opportunities for youth in the outdoors, as they are the future of wildlife conservation in Oklahoma. I strongly encourage anyone interested in helping us achieve these goals to attend our local chapter meetings. Quail hunting has always been a fixture of Oklahoma’s past and we want to give our best effort to preserve this rich tradition for years to come.”

“I’m thrilled that we have a new Quail Forever chapter in the northwest part of the state in the heart of Oklahoma quail country,” said Laura McIver, regional field representative for Quail Forever in Oklahoma. “The new members of this chapter are very excited and want to help area landowners do good things for the birds. There’s a lot of excellent habitat potential in that part of the state and the Plainsmen chapter of Quail Forever is going to be very proactive in educating people on the Quail Forever mission and helping put habitat projects on the ground.”

Plainsmen Chapter of Quail Forever

  • The Plainsmen Chapter of Quail Forever has elected Chris Lee of Enid as president, Chris Smith of Enid as vice-president, and Jeremy Logsdon of Enid as treasurer.
  • The chapter will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, May 29, at 6:30 p.m. at Oakwood Christian Church in Enid. Hunters and conservationists interested in joining the chapter as a volunteer are encouraged to attend.
  • For more information about the chapter or to become involved, please contact chapter president Chris Lee at 580-775-5366 or e-mail at chrismlee22@gmail.com.

Quail Forever in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is home to 10 Quail Forever chapters, and nearly 1,000 members of “The Habitat Organization.” For more information about Quail Forever in Oklahoma, contact Laura McIver at (907) 750-2600 / email.

About Quail Forever

Quail Forever is a leading organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation efforts for the United States’ native quail species. Since its creation in 2005, Quail Forever has conducted more than 13,000 habitat projects across the nation benefitting quail and other wildlife. Along with its affiliate organization Pheasants Forever, it has committed more than $784 million to improve more than 17 million acres of wildlife habitat. Quail Forever has more than 16,000 members and 170 local chapters across the country. Both Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever are part of Pheasants Forever, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit.