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Date Posted: 21:53:01 03/22/12 Thu
Author: Chris
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Subject: Re: BQ head injury
In reply to: Kim 's message, "BQ head injury" on 12:56:24 03/21/12 Wed

Hi Kim,
Sorry about your little button with the injured head. I rescued a very badly injured button quail once(literally scalped by an accident)...the scalp fell off totally and the skin and flesh eventually grew in somewhat, although part of the head never re-grew feathers...this old fellow is over 5 years old now and healthy. Lots of good food and extra warmth will allow the body to heal itself(reduced stress a must). It is a very good idea to "boink-proof" your little quail's enclosure to prevent re-injury. This website has good info regarding housing.

Good Luck!


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