One of our Muscovy hens hatched out 3 ducklings this morning. As usual we separated her into another pen. Had to leave this afternoon and didn't get back to lock everyone up til around 930pm. It was still raining, had been all day. Went to check on Mama and babies and one of the babies was laying in the uncovered part of the pen on the wet ground in the rain, apparently dead. I picked it up to dispose of it and IT MOVED IN MY HAND!!! I shoved it in my bra(the warmest place I could think of), rushed in shoved some towels in the microwave along with a heating disc. Made up a sugar/salt/bird vitamin solution. Wrapped him up in the warm towels and layed him on the heat disc. As soon as he got a swallow reflex I began giving him drops of the sugar solution. Within about 45 minutes he was peeping and pecking. He's under a heat lamp now with his two siblings(we were afraid to leave them out with her). Not 100% normal acting but much better than 2 hours ago!!! keeping my fingers crossed he makes it. Not real sure what happened but we'll try giving them back to her tomorrow and keep an eye on them.