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Date Posted: 13:46:15 10/29/12 Mon
Author: Charissa A.
Author Host/IP: 67.171.169.33
Subject: Hard to Find a Button Quail!

A friend of mine gave me a male button quail recently. He spent his first two days calling for his ex-cage mates, and since then he's calmed a lot. He still calls though.

I've been having a terrible time finding him a hen or two! I'm in Beaverton, OR - and the nearest breeder is almost an hour away. Money's tight, so I can't make that run. I've talked to Stellar Gamebirds, and she's got some hatching but that's still a month or more away.

Is there anything I can do to make it easier on him? He had a hand mirror in with him now.

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