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- provides poor grazing for wildlife, but seeds can be eaten by quail -,cowpen daisy,curlycup gumweed,annual sunflower,Which Plant of the Week is this?,Need more help? Click here.,Photo: Matt Lavin,sawleaf daisy,annual sunflower,sawleaf daisy,annual sunflower,Name this quail-friendly plant:,What is the name of this Plant of the Week?,cowpen daisy,spreading sida,broomweed,bladderpod,Photos: Matt Lavin,Photo: Eran Finkle,Photo: Edith Bettinger, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center,What is the name of this quail Plant of the Week?,bladderpod,spreading sida,broomweed,Photo: Andrey Zharkikh,Which quail-friendly Plant of the Week is this?,sawleaf daisy,curlycup gumweed,cowpen daisy,Name this important quail-friendly plant:,broomweed,bladderpod,Photo: Maja Dumat,FINISH THE QUIZ,spreading sida,Photo: Marcia Cirillo,Photo: Flickr - amy_buthod,What is the name of this quail Plant of the Week?,cowpen daisy,Photos: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension,Thank you!Click hereto view our Plant of the Week videos.,Quail Plant of the Week Quiz,Test your knowledge,Photo: Andy Morffew,Need more help? Click here.,Need more help? Click here.,Need more help? Click here.,Need more help? Click here.,Need more help? Click here.,Need more help? Click here.,CORRECT!,NEXT QUESTION,Photo: Eran Finkle,Photo: Andrey Zharkikh,Curlycup Gumweed (Grindelia squarrosa),NEXT QUESTION,Photo: Matt Lavin,Bladderpod (Lesquerellaspp.),- seeds can be eaten by quail -,CORRECT!,NEXT QUESTION,Cowpen Daisy (Verbesina encelioides),- seeds are readily consumed by quail -,NEXT QUESTION,CORRECT!,- a key forb often eaten by scaled quail -,Spreading Sida (Sida abutifolia),Photo: Flickr - amy_buthod,CORRECT!,Sawleaf Daisy (Grindelia papposa),Photo: Marcia Cirillo,- seeds are readily consumed by quail -,NEXT QUESTION,CORRECT!,NEXT QUESTION,CORRECT!,Broomweed (Amphiachyris dracunculoides),- seeds are one of the most important food sources for quail -,Photo: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension,Photo: Matt Lavin,Annual Sunflower (Helianthus annuus),CORRECT!,- Seeds are eaten by northern bobwhite, mourning doves, Rio Grande turkeys, and white-winged doves -,If you would like to share with us how you did, please take our quick survey here.,Funding for this lesson was provided through the Reversing the Decline of Quail Initiative and the Upland Game Bird Stamp Fund, based on a collaborative effort between Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.