I've hatched quail and turkey eggs before, but never ducks. Humidity was never something we needed to keep track of. Now that I'm trying to hatch duck eggs, I can't seem to find a consistent source for what the temperature and humidity should be. Right now my humidity is at 75% and my temperature is about 95 at the bottom of the bator. Probably around 96 or 97 at the top of the egg. So I've heard humidity levels anywhere from 50% to 86% all for the 25 day period. Then up to 94% for the days before hatching! As far as temperature I've pretty much heard anywhere in the nineties. I'm pretty confused at this point. So instead of relying on varying sources on the internet, I once again come back to you guys. I know many of you have already hatched little ducklings on several occasions, so what do you all recommend as a range for temperature and humidity both during the 25 days and hatching period? Thanks to everyone who's been helping me with all of my questions so far. It's definitely appreciated. Also, if it matters, I only have a couple of eggs.