Here’s another update: We have switched some of the duck eggs over to a second incubator. This is the final step! If you look into the windows carefully, you can see the first picture shows the eggs in holders. The first incubator has an automatic turner for constant egg rotation. We don’t want the eggs to be turning when the ducklings hatch! So, we have switched them over to the second incubator with a grate. Some felt solid (a good sign) and others felt like they had liquid in them (no good). We’re hoping the “solid” eggs have ducklings inside!
*Please note: because the eggs were collected during a strange time of year, there are factors (like weather and fertility) that may prevent a successful hatch*