Seeing as it's winter, wild birds always like stopping by for food and water in our chicken run, though we always scare them away when we see them. Normally, it's just a nuisance, but now we have multiple quail attempting to live in our (small) coop with 5 other chickens (2 Delawares, a Colombian, an Easter-egger, and an Australorp). When I went to feed and water them today, 6 male quail ran out and while another male and 2 females remained stubbornly in the coop. For obvious reasons, the quail cannot stay, and I need them out as soon as possible for fear of disease. I do not own any birds other than chickens, so I have no place to put them; however, I do not want to harm the quail in any way. My only thoughts are to shoo them out before our automatic door closes in the coop or to build a bird house and attempt to relocate them (neither of which seem very plausible). Any advice?