And I've taken up their offer. I have 3 incubators ready and heated up, I have a egg supplier, and we are planting feed for them on the down below of our property. They will have a river, food, large coop, etc... if I incubate them now, and keep them threw out the winter they will be ready to be released in spring. I am pretty excited about this. We used to have alot of quail around our property and my town (we live in the country) and they all got hunted or killed off. So were going to start to reintroduce them back into the wild. I will let you guys know how it turns out!