Why does it seem like there are so much more quail when we have had rain in the winter?



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    The rainfall (coupled probably with a good deal of melt from snowpacks) provides quail with running streams and fresh water from foothill seeps, which they need to drink. Lots of winter rain also allows for the growth of chaparral (dwarf evergreen oaks and shrubs) which quails need to raise their chicks.

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