this is my first clutch. the mom has incubated the eggs, 15 total. i noticed a lot of activity in the chicken yard and went to check it out. there are several ducklings already hatched out, a few eggs where it looks like they're breaking out now. they're all still in the nest which is in an igloo dog house. so i'm wondering if i need to put some food out there for them or does the mom typically handle it? any special food needs for her? i should be prepared but i must have calculated the time wrong, thought i had another week. there are also some other muscovy ducks in the chicken yard w/ them, probably about 2mos old, still fuzzy. they follow the mom around the yard when she comes out for a break. i can put the mom & babies in their own area if i need to do that. will the mom keep them warm at night or would it be best to get a light bulb in there? i'm in MT and it's getting pretty chilly at night already, highs in the upper 60s today. i'd like to make sure i have as many live ducklings as possible. my gorgeous drake ventured to the irrigation ditch and disappeared, i suspect he's eagle poop by now. if i can get some of his offspring i'll be thrilled. any advise would be greatly appreciated!