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The Coturnix Quail is a larger sized bird than the Button Quail

Key Benefits

  • Larger than button quail will mix with most finch and smaller Hookbills
  • Easy to care for, they require no special care
  • Outdoor raised for hardiness.
Species and Color Scientific Name Each Pair Trios
Normal $7.00 $13.00 $18.00
Speckled Fawn $8.00 $15.00 $21.00
British Dark $8.00 $15.00 $21.00
Tuxedo $9.00 $17.00 $24.00
White $8.00 $15.00 $21.00

All birds listed in bold are in the store now and available to go home now. Birds listed in non-bold are ones we can put you on a waiting list and will contact you as soon as they are available, so you can make you choice at that time. If there is more than one person on the waiting list we will contact you as they become available. We do not require a down payment to be on this waiting list. Prices are subject to change and will notify you of any change as birds become available. Closed Banded Coturnix Quail are available from us on a special order bases, Please contact us at least 6 weeks in advance of needing closed banded birds.Hatching eggs are available from us on a limited bases for Button Quail and Coturnix Quail. Price each is for the sex of your choice, Pair price is for one male one female and Trio price is for two females and one male.




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