My neighbor found a quail egg this morning. I put it in my incubator. Problem is, I have chicken eggs in there that are 13 days along. When I lockdown the chicken eggs, will the lack of turning and raised humidity for those few days kill the quail (if it's even viable)? What are the chances it is viable anyways? It was laid near a vehicle, not in a regular nesting spot. They are California quail. This is my first time with a real incubator (well, I've used a crappy one that I returned, and a homemade one -- so it's the first time with an incubator that I actually expect eggs to hatch)! So I will be pretty excited if I get a quail too!!!