I have an 8'x8' pen in my back yard that I have my current 6 quail in (5 hens, 1 rooster). Yesterday, we had a red-tailed hawk terrorizing them. I don't know for how long as I was in town. When I went out there after the hawk flew away, all 6 of them had injuries on their faces right above their beaks. I am guessing from trying to fly out and hitting the wire. I have 1/2'' hardware cloth for the pen sides (and bottom under the shavings so nothing digs it's way in). And, one quail was on her side (thought she was dead). I moved her and she perked up a bit and sat up - but today, she was on her side again, looking like she was dead. I set her upright and she kept falling over to the left. Could it be head injury? Should I just put her out of her misery or is it possible she can recover? She was at the opposite side of the pen, so she DID move during the night. Don't know if she's eating/drinking though.