I was given Chukar hatching eggs about 12 weeks ago. Put them in the bator and the week they were to hatch, the same guy brought me some Bobwhite quail eggs (I am happy but not really prepared). So just as soon as all of the Chukars hatched, in goes the quail eggs. The Chukar chicks go to the homemade brooder and then into a custom 2' x 3'converted rabbit hutch with 1/2" wire around the sides. Then I build a pretty nice 10' x 5' outdoor pen with a wire floor. By the time the Quail chicks hatch the Chukars are in the nice pen and the Quail go to the homemade brooder and then into the rabbit hutch. The Chukars are now 9 weeks old (about 35 of them) and the Quail are 4 weeks old (about 42 of them). Here's the problem....The Chukars are planning on going to freezer camp at 12 to 14 weeks but the Quail are now very crowded in the rabbit hutch. (Noticed two quail with signs of cannibalism) so I took the two out of the rabbit hutch and put them in the cage with the Chukars. I thought the Chukars would kill them pretty quick, but they were gonna be dead soon anyway if I left them in the rabbit hutch with the blood thirsty quail. I had nowhere to put my Quail and things were not looking good in the rabbit hutch with that small of space and I felt like I was about to lose all of my Quail to cannibalism. The two that I put in the Chukar pen survived the night, so the next day I put a few more quail in with the chukars trying to free up space in the rabbit hutch (again they survived the night). Yesterday I put the rest of the quail in with the chukars and all seems to be going well. But I still worry that I will wake up one morning and find a bunch of dead birds. Anyone ever mix birds up like this?