Frank Loncarich and Kyle Hedges Author

Kyle was raised in upland bird mecca of Kansas the passion was born at a young age for upland birds. Kyle Hedges has now spent 24 years managing upland game habitat on public lands in Kansas and Missouri. Along with Frank, he led the largest quail research project ever conducted in Missouri. He is an avid trapper, hunter and angler, but bird hunting has always been his passion. Frank was largely raised in southwest Missouri, growing up in a family of avid bird hunters Frank has spent the last 20 years managing and researching upland game birds, primarily greater prairie chickens and bobwhite quail. Recently, he has been excited to lead, along with Kyle Hedges, the largest quail research project ever conducted in Missouri. His true passion is upland game birds, but he also enjoys turkey hunting, fishing, and trapping.

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