There are three hatching chambers at The Lodge, each filled with a soft downy substance that conducts heat from panels located on the floor. Each chamber features a stepped seating area for those observing the hatchings as well as a row of desks where Lodge personel can view and record the proceedings. There is also a platform for bonding-hopefuls and potential sponsors to stand. All observation areas are set on insulated platforms so that participants and observers alike do not burn their feet while awaiting a hatching. Still, the Chamber itself stays almost uncomfortably warm unless it is vacant and the heat panels have been turned off.