Our normal buttons laid 9 eggs and today 9 hatched. To our surprise one chick looks like its a white chick. We have had silvers before and this chick is different it is way more yellow. So I looked up chick colors and it looks just like the white one pictured. We also have had a lot of luck with this breeding pair, as all her chicks have come out female. Never a male ever and now this little white chick. From breeding button quail for along time you usually get more males than females. This is all very freaky to me as this is the first time I have gotten a spontaneous mutation like that. Has anyone else ever had this happen to them and how often does this happen? Will post pictures as soon as they are all out of the nesting hut and running around the aviary.