I have a new poult that I had to rescue from certain death after it was born. One had already died....I think trampled. This one was close, and the third was ok. Mom was fighting off some male guineas who were in her space. We got mom and baby in it’s own space and rescued the little one. (We didn’t even know she had eggs and was broody. I was traveling the last month, plus the Tom has become aggressive in the last few months and I am just plain scared of the big jerk! He is huge and attacks everyone now, unless you go out armed (we carry a big hockey stick just in case....so my teen son did most of the chores....and doesn’t always pay attention to those details, like the same eggs for a month! ) Anyway, for the one we rescued, 36 hrs later, it is up and around, eating and drinking and full of spunk. It walks more stable as compared to yesterday. So I want to try to give it back to mom. What is the best way to do that? She still has one poult and one egg (not sure if viable) that she is sitting on. Do we introduce on the evening (like with chickens)? We figured we would watch to see if she took it under wing either way, or would she reject it. Suggestions?