Updated February 13, 2014 2:09 PM
By MATTHEW GAFFNEY. AND TYLER MADDEN. Kidsday Reporters
At our school, we got the chance to hatch quail eggs. For a few weeks in the spring, we received 15 to 20 eggs to care for. When they hatch, we continue to care for them until the birds are a few weeks old. It is amazing to see them hatch and grow.
We raise the quails because the quail eggs and chicks are often prey to predators like raccoons, hawks, foxes and owls. Mature quails are beneficial...
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