First of all, would anyone be willing to color ID my recently hatched chicks? Unfortunately there are only 9 now, as the little light yellow one on the left of the pic passed away today, but if anyone wants to try on that color, feel free. I also have taken pictures of the rest of the buttons in the big tank, so you can see them looking pretty and not all stressed out rammed in a plastic bin. Here's the tank. Not sure if I want to put anything on the top left level or not. I also am doing something different for a hidebox, because they don't like those little plastic ones. Any suggestions or criticisms on the setup welcome, I have only been keeping these guys for a year for I consider myself somewhat of a noob. Blue breasted and splash hens. Blue breasted male and red breasted hen. Silver red breasted male. A bunch of them, the cinnamon male is up on the level. The two cinnamon tuxedo pied males. A blue breasted hen and red breasted male in the sandbox. Blue breasted tuxedo pied hen. Love my two splash hens, unfortunately they ended up being aggressive towards the younger birds so I had to remove them. Silver red breasted hen. I am going to attempt 3 males and 5 or so hens in this setup and see how it goes. I know that you are not "supposed" to keep button quails like this, but I am hoping it will work out, as I've heard of groups working out and have had a group of six work out before. But we'll see. They are monitored almost constantly in case of aggression.