Hello fellow BYC members!! I'd like some advice on keeping ringneck pheasants throw the winter. I know pheasants are cold hearty but how cold is too cold! Out herein Alberta Canada it's not unusual for it to get as cold as -40 Celsius. This will be my first winter with pheasants as I just got them this past spring. I have two hens and a roo. There coop there staying in now is far from ideal but it's all I have to work with until next spring. I wasn't planing on giving them a heat lamp but I can if need be. Thank you for any and all advice!!