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Date Posted: 23:06:57 01/19/08 Sat
Author: Adam & Jess
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Subject: Now we have 2 males, also rescue buttons in MI

I made an unfortunate mistake in assuming that all males had white on thier face, because of my ignorance we now two males in one cage and they both crow. I belive that the only safe option is to get two females and split them into two male/female pairs in seperate cages. If there is any way they can all coexist in one big cage (2males/2females) let me know.
Also I ran into a group called beaks and bills from Galesburg Michigan (middle lower michigan) that has rescued 1000 quails from an irresponsible breeder and are trying to give them homes, many are missing feathers on their backs and need TLC. I will post their info if anyone wishes.

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