we were about to go, when we found a second chick being eaten by ants. my brother made an artificial nest out of hay for the initial chick, so that he wouldn't freeze to death,and went to a nearby bench with the other one, so that he could pick all the ants off it. This was when we noticed that it had a bleeding beak (while he was coaxing the terrified chick, I was hoping that the adults would go back to their other one, they didn't.) We eventually went and put the chick back with his mate in their new nest. My brother reminded me in detail about how what I did was wrong, and that what he did was okay. this made me feel even worse. what must I do when the sun rises tomorrow? Will the adults still look after their chick. I don't know if they're the type of birds to neglect their second chick, if they do, what should I do with that one, leave it to nature? please help with this. I'm feeling quite bad, and my brother isn't making it better. Maybe a bit of information on their behaviour will help.