I have one gosling that is limping - I think he/she got trampled by the flock during the night sometime. She/he can walk after a fashion with his wings all spread and sort of hobbling. The gosling is very alert and seems completely healthy other wise -- looks around, eats grass, talks to the other geese. Today she / he seems slightly better than yesterday -- able to stand a bit longer. I have her/him shut into an old chicken tractor today, with food/ water where he can see the other geese, but there is no chance of the baby being trampled again. Anything else I should do? I checked him/her out and couldn't find any marks beyond dirt. The leg looks a bit swollen compared to the other leg, but not terribly so, and he didn't protest when I moved his leg either. He is about 5 weeks old . . . should I let him out at night so he can keep warm with the other geese? Or bring him into the barn so he can stay warm? Our weather, unlike the rest of the US, is cloudy and night time temps are hitting in the high 40's low 50's. That is the main thing I am worried about. Do goslings recover from this sort of thing? I'd feel bad if he limped perpetually, or we ended up having to put him down. Especially if he is really a she -- I ordered sexed pairs and already lost one goose - with my luck this one will be a goose and not a gander with the limpy leg . . . Thanks for any help!