About the Alliance
As a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, the Quail and Upland Game Alliance was formed on February 24th, 2013 to promote the establishment, restoration and maintenance of quail and upland game habitat. With the help of members, landowners and government grants, QUGA makes full use of manpower, funds, materials, equipment and natural resources for optimal results.
Increasing habitat boosts quail and all upland game populations, which in turn benefits the overall health of the environment. Creating an early understanding of quail habitat preservation within an ecological context is essential to instilling a lifelong appreciation for wildlife and the environment as a whole. That’s why youth education is an important part of what we do at QUGA.
We are proud of our organizational structure, which empowers chapters to make their own decisions and maintain their own budgets. This system enables each chapter to perform in the way that best benefits its community’s use of funding and other resources. The Quail and Upland Game Alliance maintains chapters throughout the Midwest.