With the incredible and record breaking drought and oppressive heat of the past few months and still continuing, I would be surprised if there is a bird in the whole state. Just sit outside at night in south central Oklahoma and listen for insects. There aren't any. Ponds are dried up, so there is no water. Look elsewhere for birds.
We jumped 7 coveys in Seiling Oklahoma. First one of the morning was in a creek bed full of trees. Must of been 400+ birds in that one. I think we all crapped in our pants. Know one got a shot off. Just jaws hanging off the ground. The jumped quail fluttering sound was so loud it sounded like a tractor starting up. They were all around us. Other coveys were around 15 to 40 birds each. We all hit our limit early that day.
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