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Date Posted: 00:49:51 06/11/08 Wed
Author: Trina
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Subject: Re: lone quail
In reply to: Rhonda 's message, "Re: lone quail" on 17:26:38 06/09/08 Mon

Yes, I'm sure he will get quite lonely if he's used to having company. Buttons are quite sociable birds & like to snuggle up. Some people have no problems with lone Buttons, but usually they're the tame ones who spend alot of time out with their humans. Maybe you could try & get a female who is of similar age to him, especially if he starts to call out, that's a good sign he isn't happy being alone.

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