I live in South Florida condo but am interested in hatching a few quail. I still am not sure if I will go with coturnix or bobwhite, but I have very limited space. I plan to incubate them on my porch and really only want the hatching experience, but may keep a couple females for eggs and just give the rest away. My question is; How warm can it get for quail to humanely survive? I also have a attic area, should the quail get to loud for the neighbors but in the summer it gets quite warm up there. How warm of a room can they be kept in? I know during brooding a warm light is necessary, but as they get older does that get too hot? BTW if anyone in this forum lives in South Florida and wants to take extra quail off my hands, please let me know. All advice welcome.