My first time incubating and hatching eggs started out really positively. My first egg to go in hatched, even after it had been frozen. My second scared me at first but after a lot of super useful advice on here, it has made it through just fine. The next two eggs I had set to hatch decided to not be as easy. I only have one pair of geese so I just collect an egg and put it in the bater about every two days. So two days after my second gosling hatched, my third egg internally pipped. I could make out the beak when I candled but otherwise didn't hear any clicking like I had in the previous two. That made me a little worried. A day passed and still no clicking. I figured it died in there, especially when I would tilt it and I could see fluid moving in the air pocket. I wondered if it had anything to do with the fact that the air pocket had been on the side of the egg for the entire incubation period. Low and behold though, the egg right after it had the same thing happen to it. This one I couldn't even make out the beak when I candled it after I noticed the dip down in the air pocket. Right away there was fluid moving in the air pocket. So today after the beak had left the air pocket in the first egg and the second one showed no signs of life, I punctured the air pockets and looked in. There was fluid and two fully developed, albeit dead, goslings. So I'm wondering why this happened so I can prevent it in the future. The only thing I can find on the fluid being in the air pocket is about goslings puncturing the yolk and such. Since I had it happen to two in a row, I'm looking for some opinions. Thanks!