Hi everyone, I am incubating 3 mallard duck eggs right now, but this question can be answered by anyone regardless of the bird. I have made a still air homemade styrofoam cooler incubator. I am currently on day 11 of incubation and the ducklings are all alive and developing well. The problem I've run into, however, is that my humidity inside the incubator is a little too low. When I add water, no matter how hot the temperature of it, the incubator will never get back up to the 102 temperature above the eggs. It will usually sit around 98-99 which means at egg level it is around 96 which is too cold for them. I am running a humidifier in the room and can get the inside up to about 32% while keeping the right temperature. I have been weighing them and they are losing too much weight which means I have too little humidity inside of the incubator. Does anybody have any suggestions on how to raise the incubator in humidity but not decrease the temperature? If it matters I have been putting the bowl of water near the light because there is not much free space in the incubator. I have also been adding very hot water which quickly loses it's heat and the incubator temp drops about a half hour after adding the water. Thanks.