Ok, haven’t full read all the replies, so sorry for any duplication…
Get a box and line it with first with newspaper, then cover the newspaper with paper towels, other wise chick will slide on newspaper and get spaddle leg. Once it is older you will replace paper with shavings, but not yet. It has to learn what food looks like first.
Water in a bottle/jar cap is fine for now.
Heat is the most important thing. A 60 watt bulb (old fashioned, not spiral) will throw enough heat, but place the heat over only one end of the box. That way chick can move in and out of heated area as needed.
The temp for normal chicks is 95. Since this is a game bird mix, you could do 100. Every week you can reduce the temp by 5 degrees as the feathers start to grow.
Feed, chicken chicks usually need a 20 to 24% starter chick feed.
20% is the protein level. Regular 16% layer formula isn‘t the best as the calcium levels are too high and the protein levels are too low. You could get a 24% small 5lb bag of starter from the farm supply place until you figure out what to do with the chick.
Clean the paper towels out and replace daily so the chick doesn’t ingest too much poop and get coccidian. Ingesting a little poop in the food is normal, but too much and it will get sick and die.
After chick is about 1 or 2 weeks old you can replace the paper towels with a thin layer of shavings and clean less often.
Any household thermometer will do to check the temp.
No heating pad! They need heat from the top and they need to be able to move in and out of the heated areas, plus it is bad for the feet as mentioned before.
I’ll go dig up some helpful links…brb….