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Date Posted: 21:51:08 06/07/10 Mon
Author: Courtney
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Subject: Getting first quail, recommendations?

Hello! I have wanted button quail for about five years and I'm finally going to get some! We currently have a pair of albino ringneck dove brothers, but I don't plan to house them as a group at this time. Other than the doves, I don't have a lot of bird experience. I am wondering what would be best for a beginner to get. I am not interested in breeding them, but I would not be opposed to a mixed group. So, what grouping is do you think is best? A few females? A few females and a male? A random mix? I was planning to get between four and six so that they can have a little colony all together. What would you all recommend?

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