So... I wasn't expecting to get these gambel's eggs. I put 5 in the incubator with some duck eggs that I already had in there. Today is only day 20, two have pipped. I really wasn't expecting these to hatch since the humidity was a little higher than what's ideal for quail and I didn't even know if these eggs were any good. If I do get some to actually hatch, I assume that brooding them is the same as the coturnix, but I'm wondering what the best housing is for them. They're native here, so I see that they spend a lot of time perching and moving around. I wouldn't feel right about keeping them in 1 sq foot per bird space. In the extreme that all 5 hatch, what would be the best space for them? Also, since they are native here, if I wanted to release them as adults, is there a responsible way to do that, or since I'm hatching/raising them, will they not do well in the wild? Normally I would have been more responsible about having appropriate habitat ready when going into a new bird, but like I said I wasn't expecting the eggs, and certainly not expecting a hatch. Any help would be great, thanks!