My coops finally came in on Sunday. I was incredibly pleased with it and also excited that my garage will no longer smell like a farm (Since I kept my gambels in a 40 gallon breeder tank in the garage). 14 Gambel quails total, they're only 2 months old. I threw a few Manzanita branches in the coop for them to "hide" in. It seems to help calm them down when they need a place to run to when I'm near the coop. The only time they'll approach me is when I have mealworms in my hand. There's so many flies in the coops, it's getting annoying. I bought vanilla scented car fresheners from bath and body, not sure if that's really working or not... so many darn flies. Anyone know a way to fix this? I'm scared of putting sticky fly traps inside the coop, because my quails fly all over the place in there. I threw DE around but that doesn't seem to help very much... If anyone has a suggestion, I'd really appreciate it! I can't wait for them to get their full adult-colored plumage! The red one is for my chickens. The one further, with the teal/blue/green roof is where my quail resides. The white stuff is DE that I threw around =x So far, I'm just feeding them Turkey crumble, 28% protein and mealworms. I'm not entirely sure if that is the correct food they should be eating though... I tried looking it up via google and BYC but not much info is out there in terms of what they should be eating as a staple diet. Can anyone shed light? Should I give them the gamebird crumble, 20% protein? No issues with eating the turkey crumbles so far, but who knows, it could be latent and won't appear until a much later date if I keep it up. Hopefully they'll be fine though. They've been on it for about a month now.