I'm looking for some experts at raising indoor button quail to reply back with your thoughts on the subject of cage decorations. One of my buttons just started laying eggs. I wanted the pair to have some type of spot to hide in the cage and I also wanted the female to have somewhere to lay her eggs if she so desired. I wasn't happy with the idea of my buttons having a breeding box in their cage since it is kind of unattractive so I compromised by decorating the cage with a group of plastic aquarium plants. (I used the kind that have the stones glued in as a base that are easy to clean.) I lined the side of the cage that is next to another cage with a row of tall plants, tucked a twig basket in a corner behind 3 plants, and added a twig tunnel with a small bush in another corner. There is a clearing in the middle. Both buttons seem to be really enjoying the foliage and their newly found ability to hide. Even more interesting is the fact that when I open the door of the cage to peek in at them they don't fly up in the air like they sometimes did before, instead they either dart into the foliage or simply hop up and over the foliage into a corner. Now here is my question . . . how much jungle is too much jungle? Should there be a ratio of clearing to jungle in the cage or should I just adjust the plants according to how "happy" my buttons seems to be with the decor?