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5/10/15 11:33 P

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I do know that quail in PA is good tasting too. I don't think that we have quail in FL though as I have never seem them but that does not make them not be here.

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5/10/15 9:18 P

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My husband and I used to go out Quail hunting, they do taste very good. There is a limit of how many you can kill with a bird permit. There are Quail in Burns,Oregon, the size of chickens, but I've never heard of them eating vegetable seedlings.

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5/10/15 8:24 P

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That is really discouraging! At least now you know to net the area when you seed it.

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I am not very fond of birds either. Sorry this happened.

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5/10/15 12:55 P

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Hi,

Do you all have problems with birds eating your sprouting seeds? I was so proud of all my little plants coming up (spinach, swiss chard, radishes, lettuces, beets, etc.) and while I was gone on Friday, the California Quail (aka Cows with Wings!) totally wiped them out. I had to spend all day yesterday fixing the beds up with bird netting (although now there's really nothing left to protect). I'll have to try to replant and see if there's still time for them to mature before it gets too hot. What a bummer! Just wanted to vent. If you don't have these birds in your area, consider yourself lucky. They're fun to look at and hard to live with. (I wonder if they're edible?)

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