Since quail can lay eggs year-round if they have enough light (like chickens), I bought this solar-powered light. The description says it’s the equivalent of a 20 watt bulb and, since I haven’t seen a 20 watt bulb in years, I had no idea just how bright it would be. As you can see in the pictures, it bright but not enough to blind any of my neighbors. It comes with a really long USB cord so, you have plenty of flexibility when locating the perfect spot for the solar panel. It’s also easy to install! For my setup (in the pictures), I hammered a nail into the side of the quail hutch and hung the panel. I then wrapped a wire around a board, hung the bulb from it, pushed the power button and let it charge all day. Thanks to the light sensor, I don’t have to go out there at night and the light is supposed to last 4 to 6 hours (perfect to give the quail a few hours of darkness).