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Date Posted: 17:26:14 06/17/10 Thu
Author: Janet
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Subject: Button quail temps

We are looking into button quails but suspect simply to hot here to keep them outside (Key west).

Even in pure shade it can still be mid/high 80s even 90. This is an outdoor parrot and finch area as many keep them outside in avaries but again not sure if good for button quail.
Summer rains are no big deal as we plan to build solid roof over aviary but again temps worry me.

If those who know,keep them feel bit to hot we can easily keep them inside .
Our indoor temp is 76 degrees when no one home and 72 when we are home at night.

Thank you


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