My two baby buttons, Noodle and Bean, have just recently finished fledging. Being new to buttons, I have actually never seen fully fledged adults of any variety, but going off the wealth of photos available online, It appears Noodle is a standard silver male and Bean, while much less obvious, I believe to be a blue face, and apparently a male as well, if the recent aggressive behavior says anything. He is dark brown, wings and back mottled white, with surprising blue on his throat, neck and chest. I could be wrong. In the last week Bean, who is a fair bit larger then Noodle, has taken to occasionally crowing loudly before rushing him, head down and wings out. Noodle runs and he gives chase, occasionally catching and dragging him around by the nape or plucking out feathers. the fights don't seem too serious and so far, I have yet to see any blood drawn. I'm not sure what to do about it, as they seem to get along most of the time and spend their time happily side-by-side, so I moved them into a larger enclosure with more hiding space. Now, my concern is whether or not this aggression is going to get any worse. Everything I read urges me to keep males separate as they are fiercely territorial and will kill each other given the chance! However, I don't want to separate them if I don't have to as the lonely crowing will surely drive me and my neighbours mad. And they look so cute when they are cuddled up together. Do you think It'll be safe to keep them like this for the time being? Bonus question: I am looking to get a couple of hens for them to pair with. Any advise for introducing them once I get them? Also, is it be possible to keep two pairs together in the same enclosure, given enough room? I see plenty of photos and videos of big 'ol coveys of button quail, but the literature states otherwise.