Any insight from someone or multiple someones with more experience than I have would be so appreciated. I have three birds that I got about a month ago. I've had them in quarantine since. They had a protozoan of some kind, worms and mites. The poor little things were so skinny I could feel the sides of their breast bones The protozoan and the worms should be taken care of and the mites will be treated today. They have put on some weight, but aren't anywhere near where my birds are. Their breast bones are still pointy, but I can't feel the sides anymore. I'm a little worried their not gaining weigh quickly enough and they also seem to get cold very easily. I've been adding extra protein to help. Anything else I should do to help them out? I'm going to give them some probiotics in the next day or two they got their 2nd dose of wormer thurs. They haven't been able to get too much exercise because they get cold whenever I take them out. They've been getting out for a couple hours 2 or 3 times a week I'm wondering if they're ready to go with the other birds after the mites are dealt with and how to I transition them to the colder environment without stressing them. The area they are in is about 45 degrees and I live in the N. East where it has gotten to the teens in the last couple of weeks. The coops has gotten to about 20. I want them to be as healthy and happy as possible. It makes me so sad to think about the birds I had to leave there!