I didnt get pics of them. It was so nerve wracking peeling out 3 wrapped chicks, I didnt think to document it. Although usually my silkie broodies hatches are textbook,one of my chicks got tangled in my broodies foot feathers causing her to panic and stand up while the eggs were hatching. I freed the chick and waited for the last 3 of the six eggs under her to hatch. When things started taking too long I checked them and three were externally pipped but the membrane was dried and yellow. So that is my signal to intervene. I basically just take the air cell end off slowly avoiding the inner membrane, down to the 'zip' line. Then I moisten the inner membrane to check for veins. If they haven't receded the chick goes back under mom until they do. If they have receded down to the 'zip' line (where the chick would have zipped, or base of the air cell end) then I start to gently peel away the inner membrane to that point. Then I put the chick under mom to absorb any yolk that is left, and kick itself out when it is ready. I do check it here and there to make sure the membrane isn't sticking to it around the egg shell so it can get out when it is time. All three wrapped chicks are fluffed and fine this morning with their 3 hatch mates that hatched on their own. :)
They are so CUTE! I want one!