Hi all, First time poster here but have been a member for a little while now. We have three coturnix quail and they are all just about to enter their 8th week. We thought we had three males but recently one has started mounting a female quite often. So then we thought we had two males and one female but I just saw the big male mount who we thought was the other male. This "male" that got mounted calls quite frequently and I know that's not a surefire way of sexing, but would a male mount another male in a hormonal ignorance as he was chasing his preferred female or is that not something that happens? The female that is getting mounted has started to develop some bald spots and we are going to separate her so maybe she is his favorite? Just curious so we know who to separate out so we can have uninterrupted laying!