We are looking at record lows tonight in North FL of 19 degrees. I know you guys in the north will think that is not so bad but we aren't very prepared for that kind of weather here. My duck house has a raised screened area with a shallow pool in it and an enclosed area with bedding straw. My 2 Swedes demand water in the pool every night and won't go in until it's filled. They usually sleep in the pool and all but ignore the covered area. Tonight I put their brooder lamp in the covered area to make sure they could get warmth if they needed it. as expected - they are not "thrilled" with the change. As of 8 pm tonight -- they are both tucking their heads in the pool. So my question -- will they go in to the covered area if they really need to or should I force them into the covered area and put a barrier to keep them in? Should I take the light out so they might wander in to get out of the wind since they seem afraid of the light? Sorry - I am fairly new to this and just not sure how much cold a duck can take. Thanks for any advice.