Hatching and Raising Quail with a Mother Hen - Organic quail. Nos Cailles bio - Crias de codorniz

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  • [ – ] MeditationChannel reply This was just amazing to watch, I think in those 5 minutes I just learn't more about their phsycology than I have ever known in my entire life.
    • [ – ] Pavlovafowl parent reply Hi there, That is such a great comment! I am making a series called 'If I could talk to the (animals) birds' - it is about bird languages, so I will upload it here as I think you will be interested. I have been studying birds here in particular our quail, chickens and fantail pigeons for many years and I find it a fascinating subject. As with many studies the more I learn the more I realise, the more there is to learn. All the very best from Normandie, Sue
      • [ – ] MeditationChannel parent reply Hi Sue, we would love to watch it. Refferring back to the video where at first the quails were chirping in a different language to their surrogate mother (hen). But then you demonstrated or showed how they somehow adapted their language to communicate with each other. Honestly I have never seen anything like this before and to say I was amazed is being modest. Looking forward to learning lots of new things with you Sue, thanks for making us feel so welcome and do let us know if we can help with anything too. A big thank you from the United Kingdom, Shaf.
        • Pavlovafowl parent reply Hi Shaf, Thank you for your kind words, I appreciate them. I think birds have a lot to teach us about societies and how they can work. One of the interesting things about keeping them in a forest garden is to see how they would use the space to the best advantage which is what they have done. We have one or two skirmishes now and again but they are rare. Birds have a way of thinking things through, as with the language difficulties with the quail chicks. I'll put up some of my pigeon videos later as I'm hoping they will be of interest too. All the very best from Normandie, Sue
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