Hello! Would really appreciate some feedback and advice as I'm really nervous and worried about my first incubation. I have double and triple checked advice and information online to make sure everything goes smoothly, but I'm still worried. Anxiety is nasty! I am hatching six Call Duck eggs and they have all grown wonderfully, candled them throughout their growth and saw no problems. I have been turning them three times a day, and they are now currently in lockdown since the 16th April. I am on day 27, and I am aware I may have put them on lock-down a day early (I got dates mixed up). The eggs have been shaking and moving slightly, but no huge movement, no noises and no pips yet. Sometimes they go ages without moving, too. I have not removed the lid at all since lock-down. The temperature throughout the incubation has been at 37.4°C, and I have lowered it to 36.4°C for lock-down. I am using a Brinesea Mini II Eco Incubator. It's my first incubator and the cheapest (but most decent quality wise for the price) I could get. It doesn't have any way to read the humidity, but according to the manual, both water pots in the middle should be full at lock-down. The water pots are filled via a little pot you fill outside the incubator, and there is a tube which sucks the water into the internal pots in the middle of the incubator. I've been putting room temperature water into the incubator. Now this is where I am worried - I have no idea how to measure the humidity and I have no idea if the chicks are struggling to break through the membranes internally or not. I am too frightened to take them out to candle them to check because I have heard it does more damage than good. The key is to stay patient but I don't want to stand idle when they could be potentially drowning because I put too much water into the incubator. What should I do? Many thanks in advance.