So . . .I have breeding issues. This is my post from 3 days ago .. . "When my parakeets bred the first time everything went almost perfectly !! NOW the eggs are almost a week or 2 overdue ! A baby from the last breeding ( now maturing, lost most of the head bars now) has been going in the nest box for like the past 2 weeks and, well I assumed, helping with incubation. Today . .. Today I wake up and see BLOOD ALL OVER !! on the perches, on the nestbox and all in bloody little footprints ! I look in the box to see half an egg covered in blood, the membrane was bloody too and I didn't find a body. Later in the day, I notice that the hen had thrown out an egg. I opened it. It was never fertile. I looked at ALL the birds feet to see if any were obviously bloody. I couldn't find a suspect A week earlier a egg dropped when I looked in the box, it was cracked by the fall so I opened it . .. It had a good healthy growing chick. No smell Should I leave the 3 eggs that are left ?? Or should I remove them and hope for better luck next time" I was told to take out the eggs and the past hatch babies . . I hadnt check the thread until today. So as I go to do that I open the nest box to remove the eggs and what do I find . . . 5 EGGS !! 2 MORE THAN 3 days ago !! WHAT SHOULD I DO NOW !! I think the offspring from last time that is "helping incubate the eggs" is a male. Will the new eggs be fertile ?