I live in Canberra, Australia. Up to now the outside of my quail environment has been cool and they have had 80 f temp in the brooder. They get covered at night. Last night was different. It was a warm night so I turned the light off in their brooder and the temp stayed at 80 f when I checked it at times during the night. They have started sleeping in the cardboard toilet roll at night a few nights ago. Last night they did the same - that is one of the reasons why I turned the light off last night and because it was so warm. Till around 11.00am this morning they were heathy eating and moving around. It looks like they have had a stroke and are finding it difficult to eat. One is doing better then the other at eating. When I put them down, they imediately fall onto their side and can't get up. The one that eats only eats if I keep it upright but immediately falls over when I am not holding it. The booder set up has, chick food, shallow water with marbels x2 and tall container with water to keep moisture in the air and the ground cover is cat litter clumping clay (shape of tiny stones) and a light/heat which is made up of 2 x 40 watt light balbs which I turned on and off to keep it at 80 deg. I had it at 90 f at first, then at 85 f and now it has been 80 deg for the last 2 days. I have no idea if they are cold or hot. They are not shivering at all. I found them at first spawled out on their sides not moving with eyes half open. They were both on the opposite ends of the brooder. Like I said, last night was the first night I had their light off all night but when i checked the thermometer in the brooder it was 38 f. I had the light off this morning also because it was still 80 f. I opened the windows in the room to let it cool down for my children and the temp in the brooder has fallen to 78 f so the thermometer is working in the brooder. My husband is holding onto them at the moment and keeping them upright and they drink water now and again when they are offered it. Please help me with advice on what to do from your wise experience please. This is my first ever attempt to breed Japanese Quail. I had 4 hatch and apart from the two I am mentioning now, I had two that died days after they were born. They ate very well the days they were alive also. My family and I had gone out and came back with them looking like they had a stroke also but they didn't eat at all and their head was very floppy and they kept falling forward and onto their back. They died on different days. What am I doing wrong? Help please! Thanks for reading this and please excuse all writing mistakes. I wanted to put this post up as soon as possible.