I was there just as all the chicks were heading out of this nest where they had hatched and moving out into the field. In the photo below you can see the last little chick just thinking about leaving with its Mama. They sure don't seem to stay in their nest very long and they grow up fast. It's fun to see them getting bigger each time I go to garden. You can usually spot them just by watching for their parents - they try to distract you away from their babies by calling out and pretending to be injured - then you can catch a glimpse of their babies on legs that are exceedingly long for their bodies.
We also have loads of quail babies at home here. Yesterday morning our cat had a close encounter with one, I snatched her up (by her tail, actually) and made her drop the little chick. Thankfully the chick was able to makes its way back to its family. Kitty was in the dog house for the day!