We're going to have temperatures in the teens for the next week or so. We're also having high winds that I hadn't anticipated. My quail are now 5 weeks old. They survived last night with their coop wrapped in a tarp and a heat lamp, but it's a hassle removing the tarp every time I need to get in the coop to feed and water. The tarp also blew off this morning. I don't want to deal with it for the next week, so I moved everyone to the greenhouse. They're doing great, and it's 50 degrees in there today without a heat lamp! I know this isn't going to temper them to the cold any time soon, but hopefully spring is around the corner. Am I overreacting? Would they be okay outside in their coop? I would just rather be safe than sorry. I also think I'm going to take this time to modify their pen for "ground birds" They do climb their ramp to the second level to eat and dust bathe, but they will not go in there at night. I think I need to enclose the bottom portion of their pen to make it more quail friendly?