I've written a thread before about my button who didn't seem too happy about her habitat, so I moved her to a different one. However, since the move she has become very vocal. As in all. Night. Long. I am planning to move her back or into a different setting where she might be more cozy. I'm wondering if it's possible she's cold, but it's only around 72 degrees Fahrenheit in the house, and not very cold. Although there are fans in the room. The new habitat does have less depth for burrowing, so I'm wondering if she is missing that and that is the reason she is crying? But...I also have another problem. I have had my button for a year and it has never laid eggs, and I'm starting to wonder if maybe it was misgendered. It has recently gone through a bit of a growth spurt and its call has sounded deeper, less like the female calls I've heard on YouTube. I got the quail from a pet store, adopted only because it was attacked by its "mate" a male, and by another pair of quails. So it had some injuries when I took it in, and was a lone quail because they weren't sure if the aggression it had been subjected to might cause it to harm other birds. I'm now starting to wonder if my quail was misgendered, and was possibly attacked by its "mate" because of too many males in one enclosure. I'm not sure how to tell the difference outside of egg laying and calls, however. The coloring on my quail is a brown and white speckling with some white and brown underfeathers. I'm not sure if coloring helps with telling gender. It would be helpful if someone might know something to help out.