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Date Posted: 23:59:00 06/30/10 Wed
Author: Paul
Author Host/IP: 24.24.175.252
Subject: Re: Apartment Quail - quiet quail?
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: Apartment Quail - quiet quail?" on 23:31:21 06/30/10 Wed

Oh yeah, I totally agree the quails will make their calls once in a while no matter what. My hens make their calls once or twice a day but not during the night and according to some it is quite lovely. The males are much much louder though but am assuming they will not make as much loud crows if "hand raised" from a chick such that they will be quieter at night as opposed to a happy pair that was deliberately split up..then the male quail may crow all day and night for his lost mate...:/ I guess it will depend on the button quail whether he will be noisy or not..they all have their unique personalities but still am hoping if ever get a chance to raise a male button quail from a chick it wont shake up the neighbors at night!

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