I have 11 button quail that hatched today and they are shivering under a 120 watt brooder lamp that is approximately 15 inches from them. I moved their brooder up closer to the lamp, but they are still shivering. It is a cold night, but I've got 4 brooder lamps in the room where the quail are and a ceiling fan to circulate the warm air downward. They don't seem to be interested in the food or water and I have gently dipped their beaks into the water - they are so fragile I was worried about hurting them. I believe that I must have killed one of them in the brooder just by nudging it with my little finger to see if it was alive. I know that too much heat is not good and I have previously hatched quail that were too hot and keeling over. So I am careful not to do that, but this shivering is scary. What could be wrong? I have a back up 75 watt lamp which is stationed about 20 inches above the brooder along with the 120 watt light. They are in a room with coturnix babies (separate brooder) that also hatched today that aren't looking that chipper either, but they aren't shivering. They are also under a 120 watt brooder light with a back up light. The brooder lamp is red by the way. They are on a hospital chux (basically a flat diaper) as their bedding. I have a quail waterer with shiny stones and a small plastic container filled with finely ground game starter, mixed with super kibbles for chicks (ground).