First-time quail parents here. We hatched 14 California quail chicks in an incubator. They currently range between 1-5 days old. We're using a plastic tote box as the brooder and have a large dog kennel to move them into as they get larger, until they're old enough to go to an aviary outside. But I read that they can start flying at 10 days old! I already see tiny flight feathers developing and watch them hop and flap their wings every morning. I can't manage them in the brooder if they'll fly out every time I open it to clean or feed! Is 9 days too young to clip flight feathers? They're so tiny.