(Bronze Sculpture, 15" H x 23" W x 15" D)
If one has ever walked up on a covey of bobwhite quail, one has experienced the flushing of these birds into the air. Their explosive short flight causes the surprised onlooker to have a shot of adrenaline. Listening to the bobwhite, one hears the bird whistle its name. The covey is the way these birds survive from their predators. There is safely in numbers. A large covey of bobwhites will have up to thirty members. This bronze shows the regrouping of a small covey at the beginning of a treeline.