Ok We're quite new to rearing birds and this will be about our third hatch. After about a week in the incubator, we find that one of our quail eggs appears to be twins. From everything I've managed to find on the web, it seems that their survival rate is pretty poor. The egg itself is very large (as quail eggs go) the mother is a Northern Bobwhite but the father could, possibly be, a California quail. Since my grand-daughter ( this is primarily HER project) insists that we at least, attempt to hatch this egg, I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions to improve their chances. I'm half tempted to cut an access hole in the narrow end as a substitute for the missing air sack in that area. I expect whatever we do it will be rather experimental.