I made a candling box today, and tested it out tonight. I was so surprised to see one moving inside the egg! I was very happy because it was the first time I had successfully did that. Before that, I was worried about the eggs. I have them in a home made incubator. It it heated with a light bulb, and I control the temp by leaving the lid space open a bit, or closing it. There is a pie pan in the bottom for water. It is directly below the light, so it is good at raising the humidity. I got worried a few times when I checked the temp, and it was 106 degrees. A lot of the times, I check it in the morning and it will be at 90 degrees. So with the temp swinging between 90 & 106, I was thinking they were probably all dead. I guess I was happily wrong. They have been in there for two weeks today. I should have some moving in the egg by now, shouldn't I? This is my first attempt at hatching eggs, so any advise is welcome. One other thing. I was watching a show about a man who hatched out some turkey eggs. Before they hatched, he would make peeping sounds, and the baby chicks responded. He also made sure he was the first being the chicks seen when they hatched. The chicks imprinted on him, and thought he was their mother. Have any of you did things like that? Thanks from a happy hatcher.