I've probably already asked this previously in other ways, and I apologize if I'm being redundant or just plain stupid. I'm just fascinated watching and interacting with the quail I've hatched out in the past month. They surprise me, though, because they just don't seem to be as "wild" or "flighty" as I believed they would be based upon other comments. With the buttons, I've read a lot of comments about them "startling" and "boinking" -- well, mine have yet to fly up. They had a pretty good scare this morning, because the vaccuum gave way suddenly as I was sweeping, wasn't latched into the upright, and it hit their cage and knocked it partially off the end table it's on. They didn't try to flush or fly, just ran a bit. With the Coturnix babies, that are 10 days old now, I've been taking them out of their brooder every other day to swap them to another one, and they aren't very hard to catch -- they don't even resist as much as the buttons do. What do you think?