Thanks @jchny2000 ! I am now the proud owner of three very lovely little Coturnix ladies They're enjoying their new tank--especially their wood chips! I'm going to get them a new feeder and waterer tomorrow because they're really messy and have to get wood chips and food in their water (I already bought these items for them, but my CX hen has claimed them for the infirmary).
Oh, I'm also super, super blessed today for lots of other reasons! I got to spend pretty much all day between @LonelyPageTurne and jchny2000's homes. Lots of errors in communication, but a great deal of fun. I'm looking forward to helping at LonelyPageTurne's home and coop again tomorrow (what are friends for?). I somehow wound up with a bunch more birds for my house because I'm a sissy and really don't like burdening friends who are already having trouble feeding the hosts of animals they're simply too compassionate to refuse (and already burdened by the emotional strain of impending predation upon these poor little cast-offs). I just couldn't do that to them... so here I am with a bunch of little tweener EEs and BYMs... and a splash-laced Wyandotte hen and another super gorgeous Sumatra roo. Holy moly, this bird's a strutting sex symbol of the chicken world. If chickens had the sexy firemen calendars (and I would buy one, by the way), he would be Mr. July. I've got to get a good picture of him (but my tablet is only into modern art, it seems). He got out really into the forty-or-so minute drive and spent almost all of it in my lap... as I was driving. Craziness, but he's proven himself an excellent show chicken (but what would I know, having never shown a chicken before).