I have a pair of Birmingham Rollers (Mimzy and Zach) and they haven't laid yet or bred dispite my best efforts LOL I am hoping to have a squab hand raised and reasonably friendly by the time the county fair begins in August (Need time for maturity and training too!) but even though they both sit in the nest and they do cute little cuddles and grunts (the little lady likes to stand on the nest next him and just lay her foot on his head, silly birds) but even after being what I think to be pretty comfortable for over a month I've seen nothing out of them! Is their set-up the problem? They have the bedroom light on most of the day, its a nice comfortable temperature in here, they have clean water, high protein game bird feed plus a seed mix that they adore, they have two perching sticks, a box area elevated they chill in, a white tub of sand, a log to stand on and a nest I put in the corner... Am I doing this right? This is what I am calling my "quarantine area" since they're new but the weather isn't good enough yet for us to be building and bird proofing the area we designated for them (sometimes hopefully after we have a squab they'll be moved out, or that was the plan at least.) so I know its a little bit smaller than what is optimal, its the size of two large dog kennels (either Large or XL each) and we open it from one side as not to spook them. The boy is sitting in the nest and the little lady is standing on the log next to him (maybe getting ready to step on him?) and the sand tub is in front of them (they use it and get sand EVERYWHERE!!) Is everything good? Are they not laying because of the space? Food? Is there something you guys see that I dont? Sorry if it looks a little grungy, my camera isn't the best and the lighting isn't good either, do they need more light? Should I put a lamp over them in the day hours?