I had two duck hens sitting eggs. I didn't realize I had to mist the eggs and all the ducklings were dying without being able to get out of the membrane. I caught the final egg just as it had been pipped and over eight hours, oh so carefully helped the duckling out by gingerly taking off tiny pieces of egg while wetting the membrane -- which was super tough. I had one of the hens that was sitting on the eggs with me while I did it. She watched. When the duckling was almost entirely out of the egg, I put it in the nest and watched the momma duck as she went over into the nest and settled in just next to the hatchling. Any odds on whether she will raise it ? Right now it is 90 F outside, but I'm worried to leave it with her in the shed overnight (it's very secure.) Does anyone think she'll keep it warm ? My first home raised duckling. Welsh Harlequin.