Should I move an egg laid on the floor of the cage?
A whiteface/lutino I have, who was christened Nigel by my son (I knew we couldn't sex it until it paired up), has laid an egg on the floor of the cage and is guarding it. I hadn't noticed her paired up with either of the two males in the cage she was in with (all turning 2 this spring), so hadn't set up a nestbox or anything. In fact I had about decided it was a male, as neither of the males were ever very interested in it, or she in them.
I do have several unused nestboxes, and it should be fairly simple to rig one up in a more suitable cage for her, but is it a good idea to move her and the egg?
If I do, should I move both males, as I cannot determine who, if anybody, she's paired up with? Or should I leave this batch of eggs alone and then either deal with her trying to raise them on the floor, or remove them when they don't hatch and then set her up with a nestbox/brooding cage?
I had a breeding pair a few years ago that raised a few clutches for me (pulling a few to handfeed), so I'm not a total novice, but would welcome all opinions.