Hey guys - I've got a bit of a problem... I found what I think is a wood duck egg in the water while visiting a nearby lake. So I picked it up, took it home, and put it under my pigeon because I was curious if she could/would cover it. Well, she did. And she sat on it for at least three weeks. The thing is, I didn't expect it to even be viable since it was underwater for who knows how long. And so when she lost interest in it, I was just going to throw it out. But juuuust on the tiny off chance that the improbable was happening and the egg was developing, I put it in some water for a float test... And it wiggled! Yup. It wiggled. So I ran out to fleet farm and bought an incubator. My main problem right now is that I have no idea when it should hatch (since I didn't think it was viable after being underwater, I didn't jot down when my pigeon started incubating it). And I'm a little worried I overstressed it by doing a float test on it too early. And I don't know if I should keep turning it in the incubator or let it lie still in prep for hatching. Any advice or insights? I've looked around the forum, but all the float test stories I've found are for overdue eggs. Thanks!