My husband went to work one morning and there sat a muscovey duck on the front of our business (almost downtown OKC) He caught the little guy and brought him home. We kept him in the garage for about 2 weeks in a big dog crate so that I could make sure he was healthy, gave him vitamins, etc. Now we have let him go on our pond and he has taken up with our resident Canadian goose who hangs with my 3 toulouse and 2 pilgrams. They won't go in the shelter at night, but seem to be happy and healthy. Any suggestions - will he be OK outside during the winter?? We don't know where he came from, but he is getting friendlier every day. At first he wouldn't come near me, now he will almost eat out of my hand. Second - I bought some hatching eggs (didn't want him to be lonely), but have never done duck eggs, much less Muscovey duck eggs which I understand are a little different in the incubating process. Any help would be appreciated - temp, humidity, lockdown time???? This is all new and the info I am finding on the web varies quite a bit - one says 80% humidity and the next says the same as chicken eggs. Thanks to any and all who chime in and help.