In the Brooder
- May 1, 2013
I have tried to do so much searching online and I can't seem to find the answer, I had a Canadian goose nest somewhat near my backyard and I recently found it nearly destroyed and there was one surviving egg, It was not in the nest and I was very worried about it staying warm. The wildlife center is too full with orphaned baby animals and rescues as well from people not caring with killing and trapping. I created an incubator and I have done everything that I have read on how to properly take care of it, now the egg is chirping since last night, a little over 12 hours, I have increased the humidity to the proper number and reduced the temp a little like I read. But I can't find anywhere online if I should stop rotating the egg, if this means it's ready to hatch, or if it's simply just being vocal. Please someone help me, I really want this little baby to be OK.