I have heard several times that quail will fly up when startled and do so with such force that they are at risk of a broken neck. As such, it's been said that they should not have high ceilings in their housing arrangements or effort should be made to install a softer ceiling, such as wire, to prevent injury. How much truth is there to this, and how high is high enough or too high? I feel compelled to give them as much space as I can afford, in order to improve their quality of life, so I'm interested in hearing what others have done. Thank you!