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Date Posted: 01:54:33 09/22/10 Wed
Author: Michaela
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Subject: 2 more things...

Sorry to be posting so much.

My three quails have been getting a bit grumpy lately.
I have one male, two females in a house 120cm long and 50cm across. It is only just hitting 12 hours daylight, and male quail is showing off a bit.
The male has seemed to have paired off with one female. And this female he has paired with has started charging at the other female.

I don't think the trio idea is working. Should I build another cage and in each cage have appropriate pairs? I would have to get another male for the female who is being picked on?
And what is this caused from? Is it simply jelousy or what?

Also, I caught the male fooling around with his female LOL so when should I expect eggs? :)

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