Unless you scatter it very sparingly you must compost quail manure. It is a "hot" manure and will burn your plants if it's not well composted. That said, if you have compost bins there is nothing better to heat that pile up fast! It turns to black gold quickly if you actively manage your pile by turning every few days. Make sure to mix a good supply of browns (dried leaves, wood chips etc.) in with the manure to keep it balanced, at least 50% or you will get an ammonia stink to your cooking compost and will attract flies. I always age the finished compost (finished in that it is well broken down and does not heat up anymore) for at least 6 months before using and will turn it every week or two as it's aging and mellowing like a fine wine.
And thank you for the advice