I know that in some species the male helps rear young, and I guess it should be no surprise that I am asking this. But I got home yesterday evening and noticed an egg in my lavender pen. Well since everyone had food and water, and I was EXHAUSTED from the show I decided that I wasn't going to mess with anything and wait until this morning to tend to stuff, and left the single egg in there. Well this morning I went out to change water, refill feeders, and gather any eggs that have begun to come with more regularity. But when I got to the lavender pen, where I knew an egg was, I found me roo.....SITTING ON THE EGG AS IF TO BROOD! Now as I said, this should be no surprise especially because I know Silkies will brood a tennis ball if given the chance, (true story, tell ya another time.) But I've never had a male do it before. Has anyone else seen this behavior from their Rooster?