My 3 (possibly 4) female geese have started laying eggs but it is early march and still very cold outside. They have a nice cozy nest in my garage but it is only about 35 - 40 degrees out there right now. There are currently 4 eggs in the nest from yesterday and today and nobody has started to sit yet. Should I just bring the eggs in and incubate them? Should I be patient and see if somebody sits on them tonight? If you think the eggs have gotten too cold should I bring the eggs in for breakfast? Here they are, both pictures were taken a couple minutes ago: I know the tall sebbie in the back is a Gander and the other sebbie is a girl, the pilgrim is obviously a girl, the toulouse is a girl, but I don't know about the buff.