There have been no wild quail released at the Letterkenny area. The habitat is being worked on so quail have a chance to survive. My understanding is that within the next two years there will be a release. It is unlikely that this population will be huntable in the near future if at all. At this point, they are trying to return a native bird species that has disappeared from the state which is part of their job. The quail season in PA lasts until the end of the month of February so you can buy quail at about $5.00 a bird and release them to hunt. You must follow all season and bag limits once they are released. I released some last year and had a ball hunting them with the dog. They call each other to the group so covey flushes are typical and fun.
"The wildlife and it's habitat cannot speak for itself. So we must and we will." Teddy Roosevelt