Well, unfortunately, the possible male gosling that hatched for me Saturday night and went downhill did die today. It seemed pretty healthy when it hatched, had no obvious issues, but just wouldn't eat or drink no matter what I tried. I did try force feeding and watering it,4but it was too little too late, and I didn't get much down it. So, the 4th and final egg of the batch DID hatch tonight -- I had to assist a little bit with it being shrink wrapped around the wings, but not too major, and the second I resolved that, it came right out. It has been out now for about 3 1/2 hours. It seems ok (but so did the last one). And, it has the same lighter colored beak as the other. So, I believe it may possibly be the male I want. IF THIS WERE A CALIFORNIA CONDOR OR A WHOOPING CRANE or some other incredibly rare and endangered bird, WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR IT? This is my plan: . I'm going to keep it in the incubator at least overnight. I have already given it some electrolyte solution with Duramyacin and avian vitamins -- it didn't get much down, a few drops, but that is pretty normal at this age. I'm going to get up every 2 hours all night and continue the electrolyte solution with vitamins. Tomorrow, I don't know if I should take it out of the incubator in the morning or leave it there all day. I can make sure it has water and food in there, and my mother can help check on it while I'm at work. I will try to get it to eat something in the morning, but I know that it often won't eat for the first 24 hours.n Oh, and I dusted the navel with styptic powder and Duramyicin. It was slightly rough, but nothing that concerned me, I've seen worse by far and the birds were fine. So, please, open to any advice. TIA.