Hi all! First of all, I wanted to say hello, as I'm a newbie to this site. I joined a while back but soon after, we had my quail euthanized due to a tumor. She lived a happy 2 and a half years which is quite a stretch for a little bird that was raised in school to be falcon food... Anyhow, I have just recently taken home 2 female coturnix quails, both only two weeks old. With my last quail, I had also brought home two females which I kept in a large rabbit cage in our crawl space which had a comfortable temperature and light always for them. Sadly and seemingly out of nowhere, I returned one day to find my smaller of the two quail with a bloodied left half of her head. I seperated them quickly and did what I could to prevent invention, but I think there was more internal damage than I could account for. She soon passed away, but in plenty of comfort. Now that I again have two females, I moved them out of the crawl space and into my room near a window, so they can hear and feel fresh air and daylight at all times, thinking that might prevent any anxiety or stress. I was wondering if any of you had advice on how to keep these two from getting into trouble? They currently seem to be getting along fine, but I want to be absolutely sure I do all I can to prevent any squabbles. I'm very appreciative of any advice you have, thank you!!