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Date Posted: 16:08:45 05/05/10 Wed
Author: Thomas
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Subject: Re: Nocturnal Quail?
In reply to: Diane 's message, "Re: Nocturnal Quail?" on 12:02:40 05/05/10 Wed

We know EXACTLY what your talking about. I have... five males that are all alone, and at night, they apparently "peep" their lungs out. I don't really notice, because personally (call me crazy) I love the sounds they make ;-) lol ANYWAYS... we have a two story house and we can still hear them on the opposite side of the upper floor (they are on the lower floor). So, as Ursula said, night lights are great. ALSO I have noticed that if I make noise, they stop. So, you could, if you have one, put an ipod and speakers in the room and play music or something slightly dissonant (but very softly, so that it won't interfere with your sleeping). Um... I completely had more to say, but as I just got back from taking a massive Chemistry test, my brain ran out... so I hope some of this helps, and if I remember anything else I was gunna say, I'll post it! Hope you get that much need sleep!!! ;-)

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