Tonight at 8:00 our door bell rings and standing there is a fellow and his two daughters who are carrying in a box two of the smallest and cutest little quail babies I have ever seen. They were folks who had come and purchased started pullets from us earlier this spring. They found these two babies and just knew that we'd be able to take better care of them than they would. LOL We have never had quail before and know nothing about caring for them. These are wild quail that are found all over New Mexico and these babies are the smallest little things I have ever laid eyes on. Way smaller than the Serama babies we have hatched out. We sort of figured that we'd raise them the way we brooded our Serama's, keeping them under a light and grinding up their food. Anyone out there who has experience I would really appreciate some advice if there are things I need to know specific to raising quail. They also brought us what I think are sparrow babies. They aren't all at the same stage of development though. Several of them are feathered out and very lively. Three others are still fairly naked and patchy-feathered, very lethargic and seem so young. From what I have read about a week old. My sweet DH ran to Petsmart and got baby bird food...though somehow I am not too sure these baby song birds will make it. I am hoping we can keep the quails alive, they have stole my heart!