Heres how I do it. The new hatchlings are in my kitchen a few days to a week in a large plastic tub. Next I move them out to the smaller area on the right. As they grow larger I then move them to the area on the left. In just a few days the ones the left will be too big for where I have them so I will move them out to a large box stall in my duck-goose shed. They're put in an outside pen on warm days but until I get the pens covered I only let them out when I can watch them since I've been having alot of hawk activity this spring and already lost a bantam Ameraucana hen so I don't want to risk losing the goslings when they are small like the ones on the right that make for quick n' easy hawk treats. For you beginners this shows how easy it is to box in any corner or area with a few nails, a little bit of plywood or particle board or whatever you have. Here's my grey saddleback Seb goslings...La Petite Four, Roughneck & Moose. This is a (solid) grey (left) and what I think is a blue saddeback (right) Note the blue is lighter grey than the grey on the above saddlebacks. The greys back is wet from the blue sb nibbling on her. They do that when they get bored and should be on grass as much as possible. Peek-a-boo!