So we got geese that we were told are too old to have goslings but then 2 of then had nests with eggs. After awhile 6 hatched and the geese flock(of 6 adults) wanders around with them and occasionally sits on the remaining eggs. This has led to some random newborn goslings hatching and usually they join the group just fine. But today I saw a fluff ball curled up and thought a Gosling had died. We have bad issues with the goslings dying usually at night, and I was upset but moved in their enclosure to grab it and give it a burial. Only this time IT MOVED. I flipped out I thought I was dead! I looked up and saw the flock was all the way on the other side of their huge enclosure not even coming over to the baby or anything. I lightly followed behind it until it caught up with the flock, they hissed at me but accepted the baby. Only issue? Everything they wander around they leave the baby behind, crying, stumbling before just laying down out in the open alone and unprotected. My question is what can I go about this? I have baby ducklings that are almost old enough to be outside but are inside a separate contained enclosure during the day and inside the house at night. Could I put him in there or would they attack him? How long would he need to be inside for? And what would happen when I introduced him to the flock when he's older? Please give advice I dont want to lose another gosling!