We have a trio of White Campbells and just recently one has been nesting, but both females seem to have been laying in the nest (two per day) rather than just dumping them anywhere in their house.
She didn't seem to be brooding them too well at first so with 12 eggs in there we decided to candle them and put 6 back in that looked like they might be viable. Then one morning there appeared to be TWO perfect round nests, with 3 eggs in each! There is definitely only one female sitting, which she is doing diligently now. We have left her to it and she is back to the one nest. We have again candled the eggs and found that 5 of them are viable, so that is the number we have left her with.
There is always another egg in the nest every morning which we remove, but we are still not sure who is laying this egg, as up til brooding, we have had two per day, now down to only one. Odd!
They should be due to hatch the first week in June all being well.
She comes off the nest first thing in the morning, middle of the day and evening for a drink, feed and bath.
I will keep you updated of our progress.