I was letting my peahen brood on some eggs I assumed were not fertile - she seemed happy and I wanted her to stop laying. Earlier in the season she had already laid about 10 eggs that were not fertile - I was all excited at first, candling them, incubating them then finding they were not fertile so I gave up. Anyway, today I decided to clean the pen and removed the eggs. One egg had a crack so I opened it first and I was surprised to find a formed chick. It was not alive but I wonder if the other 2 are viable. I tried candling them and I just can't tell - seems to me she has been on the nest since the first of August give or take so they are either close or overdue. Anyway, if they were alive, would they be moving around a lot inside the egg? Seems like it would be crowded in there and maybe they wouldnt move so much. I am afraid to open or dispose of them assuming they are dead.... sheesh! Some advice would be appreciated~!