Hi everyone! We are new to owning quails, and new to the forum. We absolutely love our babies! We have two Coturnix quails, one male and one female. Our research shows that Coturnix are not usually particularly broody, but we appear to have a male making nests out of their Aspen Wood Chip Bedding, a female constantly laying in these nests, and now they appear to be taking turns sitting on the single egg that we are currently leaving in their cage. Is this actually nesting or brooding behavior, or is this something else? The male appears to be much more broody and nest oriented than our female btw. They are definitely a mating pair.