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Date Posted: 17:02:18 05/19/11 Thu
Author: Rhonda
Author Host/IP: 76.6.193.6
Subject: Re: Temperature extremes
In reply to: Holly 's message, "Re: Temperature extremes" on 14:05:00 05/18/11 Wed

I think Holly is right. If they are "outdoor" quail, they should be fine. I remember one person saying her quail enjoyed being in the snow! If you are concerned, you can always provide a shelter outside with a heat lamp and put them in it, maybe making a way they can get in and out by themselves.

Now, our Florida quail wouldn't fare so well in snow!

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