We've had a trio of Calls ever since this summer. They were about 5 weeks old when we got them, so I'm under the impression that they should have begun laying eggs a few weeks ago, when the weather began to warm up. We have one drake, and two girls. And the drake has definately been giving them alot of attention-but not too much. He seems to have a bigger thing for my big 'Scovy girls. The female Calls are let outside to free-range every morning with my Muscovies. The muscovies will lay their eggs in the coop with my chickens unless they are let out before then and have the opportunity to lay eggs in the goat-house. The Calls have shown interest in nesting; they have their favorite spot: where we keep our hay. They'll burrow into the hay and sit there until they get bored and walk away. But I've never found any eggs. They don't show any interest in nesting anywhere else: only there. I've checked every day in the same area and have yet to find a single egg. I don't think they're laying them anywhere else. They tend to just hang out on the grass the whole day, aside from the daily/every-other-day nesting. What's up with that?