I have some peafowl on the property I rent. Last year of the for peachicks that made it out of their nests, one female lost both of hers. This year, one of the peahens was nesting in an old ornamental well outside my front garden. I have been keeping an eye on her since one of the male peacocks chased her off her nest on Monday. She had six eggs, by Monday, one egg had hatched and one had pipped. Last night (Tuesday), we had some very wild storms, 3" of rain fell in an hour or so. So this morning when I did my nest check, momma was off the nest grazing in the field with the other adults with one peachick following along behind. There is a dead peachick in my front garden and one hatchling left unattended in the nest with three eggs. So, I chick napped the remaining baby and eggs. I have moved the baby to a brooder in the house, but have never raised peafowl. The eggs are under lights, but I don't have an incubator. What temp should I keep baby "Peabody" and the eggs at? What special care do they need? Should I find this little one a buddy? I have a baby Cayuga I could put in with Peabody, but he is much older, not huge but at least 4 - 6 weeks. I have newhatched chicks but I believe it is not safe to put chicken young with peafowl young? I have been semi-successful with raising young chickens, but I don't want to have "rescued" this little one only to have it die on me. Help!