Off and on over the years I have hatched and raised coturnix quail, but never in the winter. We have a wood furnace in our sun room that blows into our living room where I have my hova-bator with eggs. The temperature in here is usually very warm, but very dry and after only three days the tray was almost out of water when I checked. My question is do you think that as long as I keep water in the section of the tray that it mentions during this stage of hatching that my humidity level will be ok or do I need to possibly need to move them into a little more moist area of the house like maybe the bathroom? Just enjoying having them in the living room where I can gaze down at them often as I pass by. Thanks for your help.