Yesterday i spent the day getting my outside pen all cleaned up for my tenn. red quails and one pheasant to be moved from the brooder. Well, i was shocked to see that all of my tennessee red quails were dead, the pheasant was fine though. I just didnt understand why this had happened. The quails were well over 2 months old, i even left them in the brooder a few extra weeks to be sure they would feather out more and better take the elements outdoors. I thought of one possible reason they might of died, maybe the cooler weather got to them? But it wasn't really that cold last night here. I'm very upset about this, they were amazing quails to raise and i was so happy to finally move them outdoors and give them more room. It's been a very long time i had bobwhites before and i was looking forward to raising these birds. Their gone now unfortunely, so theirs nothing i could do about it,but i want to figure out what i did wrong so it wont happen again. If anyone could let me know what i might of done wrong i would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!!