So I know that quail aren't as regulated compared to chicken or indigenous game birds, but has anyone had any problems with city ordinances or neighbors? I live in a big city where there's concrete everywhere, block walls and most yards are under a 1/4 of an acre. There's been people like 'Slightly Rednecked' on Youtube that say they live in a city and haven't had any problems, but to me, it looks like he lives in the country. The ordinances in my city are clear about chickens, but not really for other birds. The ordinance for chickens says they need to be: "three hundred fifty feet of any dwelling of another person unless such other person has filed with the Animal Control Officer a written, unrevoked consent". You'd literally need at least 10 acres of land to not have to worry about someone complaining about your chickens and that's just for HENS. To put that in perspective, 10+ acres of residential land costs millions WITHOUT a house where I live. There's over 50 houses in a 350 ft radius where I live, so keeping chickens wasn't an option for me (for a lot of neighborhoods, it could be in the hundreds). Funny that it's that strict when some people's dogs are more of a noise nuisance than even a rooster could ever hope to be and the other city ordinances let cats roam free. I called the city to find out about keeping quail and they were useless. I called twice and each time they said "I don't know... and I'll call you back" Never got a call back from them.