My Sebastopol hatching eggs are today. My old mail carrier would have rung the bell, knocked, even returned them to the Post Office if I did not "physically" receive them. Looks like they were delivered at 11:30am. I picked them from the front porch at 12:20-12:30pm. Approximately one hour after arrival. It is ranging 33-36 degrees outside. The eggs are cold but not frozen. They arrived with 4 very light blue "legbar" eggs, and 3 crested duck eggs. Well packed. I know from experience how hard shipping can be on eggs. But, any guesses how much damage that cold spell might have done? None. Little. Any? The eggs actually came from cooler clime. Pennsylvania. They shipped from PA Saturday, and arrived today (Monday). We were warm until today, here in NC. Any tips, advice, direction appreciated. Novice goose hatcher. I do chicks all the time.