So about a month ago our white Chinese weeder goose hatched out about 8 goslings. 2 of the goslings took a long time hatching (as in half the shell was off and they just wouldn’t come out of the egg). I went back the next morning and the one was dead and the other was near death. As I was carrying them both over to the woods to dispose of them the one was still slightly moving around but I had to poke it near it’s eye to even get this movement. So I took it in to our back room and sat it under the heat lamp. After about an hour it started to lift its head and look strikingly not dead but wouldn’t stand up. It took nearly 3 days before it would get up and walk around poorly so we kept it in the back room. Well as you can probably guess it’s now a very lively and seemingly healthy gosling. It is easily 2 times the size of the goslings living with the mother and easily 3 times heavier. It’s lovely and dear and not a jerk like the rest. It also won’t leave us alone. Clearly it imprinted on us but we really need to get it back outside and I have no clue how. It screams bloody murder when we lock it in a safe section of the coop and walk away. It wants nothing to do with the other geese (though the mother was happy to take it back). If I let it down there it will call every predator in from a mile away with all of its squawking. It will probably hurt itself trying to squeeze through anything it thinks it should squeeze through. How? How do I get my oversized anxiety laden mistaken identity gosling back outside?