This is my second time incubating eggs. Last time was a good success, but I'm worried about this batch. I have 13 rare breeds in there, 4 have hatched already (cream legbars--3 females and only one roo, yay!) One copper maran didn't pip, so I made a pip hole, and it was turned the wrong way and drowned I think. The others were already well on their way pipping. When I went in to get out the hatched chicks and clear away their shells, I took a quick look to make sure that everyone's membranes look good. Some do, but others, for a lack of a better word, seem to have fallen onto the chicks. I've attached a photo, but I'm not sure how clear the pic shows it. The membranes are separated from the shell and stuck on the chicks. There is some next to the shell in this photo, but then there is other membrane fallen on the chick. Another egg the membrane has entirely detached from the shell where there is space under it to fall. The membrane itself looks good--moist and with vessles in it still. But it is clinging to the chicks, and I worry about them getting stuck in the shell. I have been struggling to get the humidity where it should be. I live in Colorado, so its humid here if we have 10% climatic humidity. I've done everything that I can, water in the bottom (below the mesh platform they're on, of course), damp sponges and paper towels. The fallen membranes don't look dry. When I saw that, I got in with my tweezers and made sure that the membranes were cleared from their beaks. They are all still alive and cheeping. Is there anything else I need to do?