I just wanted to say thank you to the young lady who gave me advice earlier. I had a baby that was shrink wrapped and so I tried to assist hatch last night. As soon as I touched the membrane it got a small bleed. I raised the humidity and wet the membrane and put it back. I have been kicking myself ever since. At the same time I know if I had done nothing I think it would have died. There was no fluid left and I did manage to get one very small hole in the membrane. It has been killing me ever since because, I knew the beak was good and uncovered so it could breath. I was scared to death to make the hole bigger because, I was scared it would bleed. It was still alive today. I took the advice of a fellow BYCer and wet the membrane to look for veins. I did noticed the veins were allot less obvious on the top of the membrane but, still very apparent next to the shell. I knew I needed to do something because, it couldn't be getting that much air. So on the top where it looked like the veins were starting to recede I made the small hole just a little bit bigger. When I did no bleeding!!!!!! So I slowly made the hole a little bit bigger being very cautious of bleeding. No bleeding. I manage to be able to pull the membrane back and expose the beak and guess what cheep, cheep, cheep. I put it back so that if the yolk and all the veins aren't ready they can have a chance to do their thing. I feel so much better now that it can breath. I am sure I will eventually have to help it the rest of the way out but, I think the little guy has a fighting shot now. I know so many people say not to help and I did this on pure emotion was I saw my little one was wrapped and struggling. I must say though I am happy I help the little bugger out. Now cross your fingers little guy will gain strength after its big ordeal. Thank you again to the BYCer that helped me. Only one person responded but, that one person made a world of difference for this little baby and myself.