2 Questions: 1st: Our lovely house quail, Jacob (named by HER former owner) has been looking a bit off when eating lately. When she tries to eat she turns her head sideways and kind of scoops it with her beak instead of pecking. She isn't ill or anything, but her beak is looking a bit longer than usual. Is this just a way of eating food more quickly, or does she need a trim? And if so how would I go about doing that? (Jacob is a Japanese fawn and not fiddly or anything like a King Button). 2nd: As Jake is now a house quail, and WILL NOT go outside (cos it's too cold probably) We thought we would get her some friends in the form of harlequin quail (BAD IDEA). We were told they were this year's young... as in YOUNG. They are definitely adult and don't want to intergrate with her at all. But anyway, basically the only thing they know how to do is boink, and i was wondering how to clip the wings of something that small, or if it is best left to a vet? Any advice would be appreciated, Thank you.