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Date Posted: 07:00:43 07/18/10 Sun
Author: Kimberly Sams
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Subject: Re: new to button and jap quails
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: new to button and jap quails" on 08:33:06 05/10/10 Mon

I agree. I had an aquarium with my adult pair on one side and their newly hatched chicks on the other (the part under yje lamp)and the hen decided she wanted to take of them and she managed to hop over the divider. She spread her wings over them and all seemed ok until the male got over too and he attacked two of the chicks because they came near him and he freaked out. They both died from their injuries (he pecked their legs.) I quickly put the adults in a separate container. It happened so quick with the male! It was very sad :( http://aviary.stagedragon.com

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