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Date Posted: 18:40:38 04/14/11 Thu
Author: Rhonda
Author Host/IP: 76.6.193.6
Subject: Re: Quail at night
In reply to: Rob 's message, "Quail at night" on 03:45:03 04/14/11 Thu

Good luck! Haha!

Is your quail in with any other birds? Perhaps a mate?

Here are some suggestions. Maybe one of them will work for you.
1. Cover your bird cages and turn out all lights so that it is completely dark in the room where they are housed.
2. Turn a radio on softly. The talking and music may keep the birds quiet.
3. If the bird is alone, give him a small stuffed animal to cuddle with.

We used to cover ours every night and that seemed to help. We have a two story house; the birds are on the first floor and the bedrooms are on the second. We close all doors between us and the birds! However, now that our birds are getting older, I have noticed that they are quieter, both in the day and night.

Hang in there! I know it's irritating to be awakened at night by that button!

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