She's been on her eggs pretty tight for two days now. I'm not sure how many are under her but it can't be more than 10. Seems to be a pretty cozy place to go broody. I guess we'll have goslings in about a month. Maybe she's not broody at all, just trying to get away from her gander, who has plucked out nearly all of her head feathers during breeding. A month from now, this girl won't be left with anything but a sun-burned bald spot and a handful of babies to cart around!